state-capture-inquiry

This joint submission by Equal Education Law Centre, Section27 and Equal Education highlights the significant, although often ‘unseen’ impact of state capture and corruption on the realisation of learners’ constitutionally enshrined right to basic education. It provides case studies that demonstrate instances of state capture, fraud and corruption by public representatives in the delivery of education related services. The submission concludes by putting forward recommendations to the Commission related to the case studies provided in the document.

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