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One way to prevent corruption is to use sophisticated software to run processes so that there is no wiggle room for dodgy behaviour or rent-seeking. Except, perhaps, if the people implementing the software are themselves under a cloud. 

Such is the case in reports involving the office of the chief justice (OCJ) at the weekend, published shortly before chief justice Raymond Zondo is due to release his final instalment of the state capture inquiry report...

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