President Cyril Ramaphosa admits there is a lack of ethics in the public service. He says there is still a long way to go towards instilling this culture among civil servants.
The President focused on the public sector in his weekly newsletter as Public Service Month draws to a close. He says government will act against anyone involved in wrongdoing.
It follows revelations in Parliament that thousands of public servants have been illegally receiving social grants. The Public Administration Ethics, Integrity, and Disciplinary Technical Assistance Unit was set up this year.
Ramaphosa says it will set norms and standards on ethics, integrity, and conduct. He hopes it will also help the fight against corruption.
In other news – Is actress Rami Chuene’s daughter selling her n#des?
South African veteran actress Rami Chuene’s daughter Nthateng Chuene set up an OnlyFans account to pay for culinary school back in 2019.
Nthateng Chuene, a Rhodes University alumni, set up an OnlyFans account to fund Culinary school. Nthateng Chuene graduated from Rhodes University in 2018 and seemed to be seeking a second qualification. Learn more