Yogin Devan | IOL | 18 February 2018 | Opinion – “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.”
While the exact author of this gem of a quote is lost in the mists of time, it crisply captures the gist of this week’s column.
While South Africa was last week consumed by the deferment of the State of the Nation address and uncertainty surrounding the fate of President Zuma, a small group of concerned people – without much fanfare or ceremony – got down to doing something most remarkable.
They rallied together to “join the dots” in the country’s story of capture and plunder by organising public hearings with the explicit aim of hearing evidence related to corruption and economic crimes over the last 40 years.
Source: The Post via IOL