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Wednesday, March 23, 2005 

... And justice next door?

Pretoria - South Africa has to remain vigilant against new manifestations of corruption, President Thabo Mbeki said in Pretoria on Tuesday. "...all of us know that those intent on committing crime will continuously seek new ways and means to beat the law enforcement system," he told government, business and civil society representatives. "...we have a particular responsibility to protect the poor and the weak from the corrupt practices of those in powerful positions," he said.

Comment: True… yet the skeptic inside me reminded me that it is better to lead by example and that true "charity begins at home". So how about protecting the poor from all the corrupt practices of ministers in powerful positions first, Mr. President? More: Corrupt officials stealing billions from state- study ( Cape Times – Tues, 22nd March)

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