In Part I, we argued that the most effective way to combat corruption is not to implement a separate anti-corruption plan, but to integrate anti-corruption measures into making our institutions functional and perform far better than they are now. Read Part II by Ivan Pillay, Sridharan Kesavan and Yolisa Pikie here.
Corruption and a dysfunctional state: The interface between political leaders and public administration
Coherence and efficiency can only be achieved on the back of a values-based (ethics and integrity) systemic professional public service that has the right technical and managerial skills. Further, such an endeavour can only be driven from the centre of government. Read Part III of Ivan Pillay’s op-ed series with Yolisa Pikie and Sridharan Kesavan