SA's anti-corruption stagnation - 'fixing the plane while needing to fly it'
In 2012, South Africa was ranked 69 out of 176 countries in Transparency International's Corruption Perception Index. Karam Singh, Executive Director of Corruption Watch, says almost a decade later and the country has dropped one place in rank to 70 out of the now 180 countries. South Africa is emerging from the so-called state capture years under former President Jacob Zuma, to the "new dawn" of Cyril Ramaphosa. A dawn that has delivered change at a tectonically slow pace.