The government has spent more than R1bn of taxpayers’ money in recent years on commissions of inquiry into corruption without much to show for it, a non-profit organisation said on Wednesday.

“Overall, we think this is a rather poor dividend on the more than R1bn spent over recent years on various commissions of inquiry,” said Dear SA founder Rob Hutchinson...

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