Public service & administration minister Ayanda Dlodlo says the fight against corruption is not the exclusive preserve of the government and called on citizens and civil society to fight the scourge posing a great threat to SA’s dream of becoming an ethical and developmental state.

The National Development Plan, a blueprint to address the country's socioeconomic challenges by 2030, states the need for the government to build a “state that is capable of playing a developmental and transformative role” in society. ..

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