The most prevalent forms of corruption in South Africa between January and June this year have been maladministration, misappropriation of resources, and procurement irregularities Corruption Watch’s 2020 Analysis of Corruption Trends report reveals. Almost 55 percent of the cases were gathered after the national state of disaster was declared from mid-March, with the organisation’s Kavisha Pillay telling radio station, SAfmthat close to two-thousand people blew the whistle on corruption during the first half of the year‚ an increase of more than 400.