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n Local Government Bulletin - Rooting out corruption

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Extracted from text ... LOCAL GOVERNMENT BULLETIN 10 First and foremost, a councillor must at all times act in the best interest of the municipality and in such a way that the credibility and integrity of the municipality are not compromised. A councillor must also perform his/her functions in good faith, honestly and in a transparent manner. This is particularly important in light of the incidence of corruption reported with increased regularity over the last few years, which has tarnished the image of local government. Incidence of corruption Examples of councillor corruption abound throughout the country, but mention of a few is made ..

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2006-03-01
2016-12-07
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