FOR as long as I can remember, we have been a country plagued by corruption. The corruption continues to fester over decades as a result of our inability to govern with consequences. We have excused non-performance and corrupted behaviour by simply passing it off as “political bacchanal”.
Despite billions being unaccounted for, we simply as a nation accept the money gone and we proceed on with our lives as our hard-earned taxpayer dollars disappear into thin air. Corruption has naturally become embedded in our everyday life.