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Exclusive: South Sudan accused of COVID-19 corruption
Investigation uncovers multiple allegations of corruption in the country’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Threatened aid workers, an empty hospital, and a black market for COVID-19 tests.
An exclusive investigation by The New Humanitarian and Al Jazeera into South Sudan’s response to the coronavirus pandemic has uncovered multiple allegations of corruption.
In this episode:
Sam Mednick, journalist (@sammednick), and Edmund Yakani, civil society activist and head of the Community Empowerment for Progress Organization.
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