New unit to investigate state corruption to be launched in November

By Andy Rice 28 September 2010

Public Service and Administration Minister Richard Baloyi announced on Tuesday that a new unit to investigate corruption within government (at all three levels), will be launched in November. "Cases of the administration of discipline in the public service take long. You find a person is put on suspension for a long period of time," Baloyi said, and presumably one of the as-yet-unnamed unit's tasks will be to speed up this process. More details regarding the unit will be released in early November.  Read more: News24

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