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Corruption in sub-Saharan Africa: Towards a More Holistic Approach

by Mulinge, Munyae M. Lesetedi, Gwen N.
Published by : African Association of Political Science (Botswana) Physical details: 28p Year: 2002
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The essay attempts to discuss the genesis and entrenchment of corruption in sub-Saharan Africa, taking a holistic approach. By integrating the historical and international contexts of the problem, it links the origins and spread of corruption to the colonization of Africa, the lasting legacy of that colonization, and the actions and practices of international actors. A holistic approach, it is argued, is necessary if the vice is to be understood in its historical totality. This will not only offer a more encompassing explanation of corruption but also allow for the development of well rounded strategies for the alleviation of the problem.

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