Corruption Watch will release its ninth annual corruption report, titled From Crisis to Action, on Thursday, 25 March at 10h00.

The report provides an overview of the organisation’s anti-corruption efforts in 2020, a year that was marred by the Covid-19 pandemic, a defining global health crisis that also exposed how deeply the culture of corruption is entrenched in South Africa.

It highlights areas of concern reported by whistle-blowers to Corruption Watch, including the growing corruption trends and sectors that are considered vulnerable to corruption. In addition, it exposes the gaps that exist in the fight against corruption and reveals some of the steps taken to tackle corruption through collaborative efforts.

Importantly, the report reveals how the organisation was stirred ‘from crisis to action’ during the lockdown restrictions of the past year.

From Crisis to Action will be published electronically and accessible on 25 March 2021 at 10h00 on the Corruption Watch website.


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