Police officers are taking bribes from drug dealers all day, every day in Johannesburg.
Paul McNally investigates why this is allowed to happen and if it can be stopped.
In the process he discovers the underbelly of organized crime in South Africa and the men and women who are trying to fight the system. He also uncovers how the residents are struggling to stay safe and ignore the temptations presented to them.
He realizes there are no villains on the street, simply people adapting to survive.