In this beautiful article on Zuma’s rapidly vanishing legitimacy, the role of the Public Protector, and the Constitutional Court, Jenerali Ulimwengu makes two crucial points: First, that Africa needs to fight/eliminate corruption to ensure stability and peace; and, Second, that good governance in Africa (more rule of law, more political stability, less corruption, better regulatory quality,…) can be promoted only by proper institutional design and reform because. When good institutions are in place, the pathologies that negatively affect many political systems can be cured. South Africa, as Jenerali Ulimwengu argues in his piece, is a prime example of this basic lesson.