Corruption stinks

From Kubatana Zimbabwe Blog Thu Jan 10 2013, 08:33:03

The world's most expensive toilets were built in Namibia at a cost of N$700.00 or US$100 000 each. According to Anti-Corruption Trust of Southern Africa (ACT-Southern Africa) these Blair toilets were built in rural areas of Omusati region and the Namibian government was fleeced N$20 million in the toilet scam.

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