By Al Jazeera
Protesters have marched in Pretoria, Capetown and Durban, denouncing rampant corruption.
The anti-corruption activists say the march was in support of transparent funding models for South Africa’s political parties. They say there is a need to bring an end to state-owned enterprises being used to benefit corrupt individuals.
Since the African National Congress (ANC) took over, corrupt officials are said to have stolen a staggering $50bn.
Is the ANC to blame? And can the scourge of corruption be stopped?
Presenter: Mike Hanna
Ayesha Kajee, political analyst.
Bantu Holomisa, member of parliament and the president of the United Democratic Movement.
Refiloe Nt’sekhe, spokesperson for the Democratic Alliance.
Source:: Al Jazeera