SA drops places in corruption survey

South Africa has plummeted 11 places in a global corruption survey that
has seen Denmark, Sweden and New Zealand ranked as the least corrupt
countries in the world and Somalia as the most.
Last year, South Africa was ranked 43rd in the world with a rating of
5.1 out of a potential 10 points on Transparency International's (TI)
2008 Corruption Perceptions Index.
This year the country slipped to 54th position with a 4.9 rating.


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