South Africans are growing increasingly intolerant of corruption and the abuse of power by those in positions of authority, Corruption Watch said on Tuesday.
During 2016, the watchdog received a total of 4 391 reports of corruption.
This was a substantial increase from previous years, since the organisation was started in 2012, executive director David Lewis said in a statement.
This amounted to an average of 11 reports a day, compared to seven in 2015.
Of the corruption complaints the organisation had received, 16% related to schools, 7% to road traffic matters, and 6% to licensing and immigration.
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