South Africa’s Corruption Watch says most of the reported corruption activities occurred during the country’s lockdown period. The SABC reports that the organisation also noted an increase in education and health related corruption cases. SA’s health corruption accounted for 4 percent of reports of corruption received and 39% employment irregularities topped the list. Whistle-blowers reported that vacancies in the sector are designed to favour officials’ preferred candidates. The civil group released its annual report on corruption trends earlier today.