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Is Africa a forsaken continent?

‘Is Africa a lost cause? Are Africans inherently and incorrigibly corrupt? Is Africa a forsaken continent? These are some of the questions that invariably cross my mind as I frequently ponder and agonize over the scourge of corruption in Zimbabwe. In my capacity as Deputy Minister of Justice & Legal Affairs and thus, chair of the ministry’s anti-corruption committee, I have come face to face with the ravages of unprecedented corruption that permeates the entire fabric of our justice delivery system. The system is completely and absolutely rotten. It stinks.’

— From ‘In Zimbabwe, corruption is a high return, low risk activity’ by Senator Obert Gutu in New Zimbabwe.

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