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Take action against bribery and corruption with ExposeIt

ExposeIt is an NGO dedicated to eliminating corruption on every level from within public service organisations including government departments, political parties and parastatals.

Trudie Broekmann, volunteer attorney for Expose It, a project of the Justice Alliance of SA urges South Africans to expose bribery and corruption by reporting it to ExposeIt.

Speaking to Pippa Hudson, Broekmann mentioned a few incidents that were reported to them related to transport month this October.

  • A driving school in Cape Town's townships canceled services to a client without a refund and the clients consent.
  • A woman was seen slipping a R200 note to a customs official at the airport.
  • A transport company at one of the Eskom stations which is mandated to create jobs for local people is taking money from foreigners and giving them jobs.

Listen to the full conversation below:

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