Corruption Watch says SA in a better place now

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JOHANNESBURG - South Africa rates poorly when it comes to clean governance in the public sector, but Corruption Watch's David Lewis says the country is in a better place than it was 4 years ago.

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"When you think about where we were four years ago and where we are today, the ground has been made."

"We're nowhere out of the woods but things are starting to turn around," he said.

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For the first time, Eskom upped load-shedding to stage six.

This happened just days after South African Airways (SAA) was placed under business rescue.

On Monday the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) was put under administration.

Watch the full interview with Corruption Watch's David Lewis above.