The ANC may find it alluring, but corruption amnesty is a very bad idea

The measure of Ramaphosa’s cleanup commitment lies in the year ahead, a year in which the ANC faces implosion

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Former public protector Thuli Madonsela caused a huge stir recently when she suggested there be some form of Truth and Reconciliation Commission and amnesty for those accused of corruption. She proposed the offer would “encourage those involved to confess without fear of being prosecuted” and would allow the country to start afresh...

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