The report which is co-authored by Mashudu Masutha and Deborah Mutemwa-Tumbo, said that royalties for poor communities have been deliberately exploited.
Non-Profit Organisation, Corruption Watch, says the African National Congress’ (ANC) decision to send some people that are implicated in state capture to Parliament does not inspire public confidence that the legislative body of government will play its intended oversight role.
According to Corruption Watch’s report, bribery at 33%, abuse of power at 23% and dereliction of duties at 18% are some of the top three forms of corruption in the country.
Civil society group, Corruption Watch wants high ranking politicians who were implicated in the country’s 1999 multi-billion rand arms deal held to account.
Judgement has been reserved in an urgent application to review and set aside the findings of the Seriti Commission into the Arms Deal.