Wednesday, 14 April, 2021

South Africa: South Africa’s Draft Procurement Bill Falls Short of What’s Required to Fight Corruption


[The Conversation Africa] Public procurement is the single largest corruption risk, particularly in developing countries. Transparency International estimates that governments in low- and middle-income countries spend about 50% of public funds buying goods and services from the private sector. This compares with just 30% in high-income countries.

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