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Corruption and tender abuse have become so ingrained across government that it will require a radical change to SA’s incentive and accountability structure, including electoral and political reform, to root it out.

This is the view of the new acting director-general (DG) of the National Treasury, Ismail Momoniat, or Momo, as he is affectionately known in SA’s financial community...

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