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Manuel: Report corruption

Dec 19 2012 09:05
Sapa

Bloemfontein - Journalists who have information on corruption must report it to the law enforcement agencies, Minister in the Presidency Trevor Manuel said on Wednesday. 

“The message on corruption is that there must be consequences. If you have any information on corruption, take it to the law enforcement.

“You as an active citizen, you have that responsibility,” he told journalists at the Progressive Business Forum breakfast in Mangaung. 

The business breakfast was hosted by PBF on the sidelines of the African National Congress elective conference in Mangaung.

 

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