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Game changers: Zondo, Touré, Merzoug… The incorruptible seekers of justice

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Game Changers


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Posted on December 21, 2021 11:13


They are on the frontline of the fight against corruption, fighting to guarantee the independence of justice in an often difficult context. Portraits of independence from the continent: South African Justice Raymond Zondo, Prosecutor Idrissa Hamidou Touré of Mali, and Algerian magistrate Saadeddin Merzoug.

This is part 3 of an 8-part series

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It is not always easy to identify public figures – outside the NGO sphere – who are making a difference in the fight against corruption in Africa. However, in South Africa, the problem is being tackled… even if not always at the pace the people want.

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