The First National Anti-Corruption Summit was held on 14-15 April 1999, in Parliament, Cape Town. At the Summit a number of resolutions were unanimously adopted: more
The Second National Anti-Corruption Summit was held in March 2005, in Pretoria. As the basis of a national strategy to fight corruption, the Summit resolved to implement the following resolutions: more
The Third National Anti-Corruption Summit was held held at the Birchwood Conference Centre, Ekurhuleni, Johannesburg on 4 and 5 August 2008. Towards an integrated national integrity framework to consolidate the fight against corruption, the Summit resolved to implement the following resolutions: more
The Fourth National Anti-Corruption Summit was held at the Sandton Convention Centre on 8-9 December 2011. It was attended by more than 300 delegates.
The National Anti-Corruption Forum (NACF) hosts the biennial National Anti-Corruption Summits. The primary function of the Summits is to report back on the implementation of resolutions and to pass new ones for further implementation. The NACF also uses the Summit to reflect on the nature and state of corruption in the country and the initiatives and efforts needed to be put in place to deal with corruption. Consequently, it passes resolutions to address these concerns. The Resolutions of the Fourth National Anti-Corruption Summit are therefore included as follows: more