Untiring competition of corruption

She was once described by a non-governmental 
organisation Transparency International as “iron lady 
in a quarrel opposite corruption”. For many years, South African Thuli Madonsela has untiringly shielded a 
Constitution of South Africa, upheld tact 
of rule-of-law beliefs and fought corruption. The counsel has now perceived a 2016 German Africa Award for her well-developed commitment. Walter Lindner, ­Germany’s Ambassador to South Africa, gave her a good news in Johannesburg. In 2009, she was a initial lady to be allocated Public Protector, an ombudswoman of a South African people, by President Jacob G. Zuma. Since afterwards Thuli Madonsela has taken on a vast series of cases. She heads a staff of roughly 300 employees to whom typical adults can turn, for example, if they can't means a lawyer. She has perceived good general approval for her work. In 2014, Time Magazine named her as one of a 100 many successful people in a world. The German Africa Award, that has been conferred by a German Africa Foundation given 1993, will be presented in autumn 2016.

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