'I think SA institutions are strong enough to root out corruption'
The Department of Justice has appointed legal minds Tembeka Ngcukaitobi, Wim Trengove, Ngwako Maenetje, and Geoff Budlender to help with the investigation and prosecution of state capture allegations.
This comes after the United States of America announced it was placing sanctions on the Gupta brothers and their associate Salim Essa.
Refilwe Moloto speaks to International relations expert, Professor John Stremlau about the involvement of the US.
At least this is happening now and we should be applauding that and encouraging the government to go ahead in hiring these legal team to pressure the corruption.Professor John Stremlau, International Relations Expert
Citizens don't like corruption and I think the institutions of this country are strong enough to root out corruption.Professor John Stremlau, International Relations Expert
Stremlau says South Africa remains a very proud nation and votes with the United States at the UN most of the time.
I think it is a positive sign that good governance does continue despite all the noise about public servants in both nations.Professor John Stremlau, International Relations Expert
Listen to the full interview below...
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