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Corruption scourge blocks South African innovation


Rensburg review: “Rampant corruption” is affecting universities and eroding values

Universities have not escaped South Africa’s corruption scourge, according to the Rensburg review of higher education, science, technology and innovation.

The 250-page review, published in the government gazette on 6 June, is the work of a minister-appointed committee led by former University of Johannesburg vice-chancellor Ihron Rensburg.

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