The extent to which corruption affected countries’ monitoring their healthcare responses to Covid-19 is highlighted by two reports: the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) personal protective equipment tenders report that correlates with the 2020 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) results, released by Transparency International. Liezl Groenewald, a business ethicist at the Ethics Institute, said corruption in South Africa was rife because people’s behaviour was determined and influenced by their values. “If societal values make it okay for people to steal, then they will do so,” she said. SA achieved a low score of 44 and ranked 69, alongside Bulgaria, Hungary, Jamaica, Romania…

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