Seventy percent of South Africans believed the government was not doing enough to tackle corruption.
Sixty-four percent of South Africans think corruption increased in the past 12 months.
The police service was considered the most corrupt institution, with 49% of South Africans believing that most, or all, police officers were corrupt.
South Africans generally thought NGOs and religious leaders were less corrupt.
“I think the people are saying that until we see prosecutions and convictions, we’re not going to be convinced that the government is doing enough.Read more: Times LIVE
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