Legal Tender

Legal Tender

Who do you tip off when there's something fishy about the tip-off hotline?

Not much escapes the tentacles of corruption these days, but surely the one that should be absolutely squeaky clean is that of the National Anti-Corruption Hotline?

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Submitted by : Ron Mcgregor of Cape Town on 2011-05-02 18:42:59
It's a government-awarded tender. We have no way of knowing whether the process was legit or not. However, on the basis of statistics, the chances that it was rigged are considerably greater than the chances that it wasn't. If the government, via a spokesman, declares that it was indeed legit, then the statistics would indicate a 90 percent plus likelihood that it wasn't. Ron McGregor


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