Instances of corruption in South Africa are reported on an almost daily basis—there is no scarcity of scandals that illustrate the depth and pervasiveness of this corruption. In the wake of these scandals, awareness has grown about the economic, social, and political costs of corruption, which South Africa cannot afford. With increasing intolerance of these devastating effects, pressure from citizens and financial markets prove the need for a review of good governance matters. Development Corruption in South Africa examines governance matters with a focus on corruption. This rich empirical body on governance variables and governance performance is a welcome addition to South African government literature. Pillay's approach is unique as it improves the gathering, analysing, and disseminating of new data, which is valuable to various stakeholders. This volume analyses governance from a broad analytical framework and includes an analysis of current problems as well as future problems and their causes. Soma Pillay is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Management at Federation University Australia. She teaches across undergraduate and postgraduate programs in the subject areas of organizational behavior, human resource management, organizational management, and international management. Prior to joining academia, Pillay spent many years in the Public Service.