LESSONS LEARNT ON ANTI-CORRUPTION

CASE STUDY ON THE SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL ANTI-CORRUPTION FORUM: REFERENCES

  1. The Case study was commissioned by the Public Service Commission, Academic oversight was provided by Prof. Mollie Painter-Morland - Director of the Centre for Business and Professional Ethics at the University of Pretoria, and Associate Professor of Philosophy at DePaul University in Chicago, USA and peer review was provided by Ralph Hamman from the Centre for Corporate Citizenship, UNISA, South Africa.
  2. President Nelson Mandela, Opening address to Parliament, 1999.
  3. Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996
  4. Fraser-Moleketi, GJ. South African Minister for the Public Service and Administration. Address to the Conference of Internal Auditors of South Africa and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners on 24 April 2006
  5. Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996, Section 196
  6. Fighting Corruption, Towards a National Integrity Strategy, Public Service Commission, 1999, p.3
  7. Fighting Corruption, Towards a National Integrity Strategy, Public Service Commission, 1999, p.68
  8. Mbeki, T. Deputy President of South Africa. Key-note address to the National Anti-Corruption Summit, 14 April 1999
  9. Fighting Corruption, Towards a National Integrity Strategy, Public Service Commission, 1999, p.3
  10. Minutes of the Post NACS Consultation Meeting, 11 August 1999
  11. Minutes of the National Anti-Corruption Cross-Sectoral Task Team, 31 March 2000
  12. Minutes of the National Anti Corruption Cross Sectoral Task Team, 26 October 2000
  13. Memorandum of Understanding, NACF, 15 June 2001
  14. Memorandum of Understanding, NACF, 15 June 2001
  15. Minutes of the NACF, 19 July 2001
  16. Minutes of the NACF, 21 November 2002
  17. Minutes of the NACF, 10 February 2003
  18. Minutes of the NACF, 5 December 2003
  19. Minutes of the NACF, 17 August 2004
  20. President T Mbeki, Keynote Address, Second National Anti-Corruption Summit, 22 March 2005
  21. PReport on the proceedings of the second National Anti Corruption Summit, NACF, 2005, p137
  22. PMinutes of the NACF, 12 May 2005
  23. PMinutes of the NACF, 24 June 2005
  24. Pn order to facilitate open communication the interviews were conducted independently by Mr. Kris Dobie of the University of Pretoria, Centre for Business and Professional Ethics. Interviewees were given the option of remaining anonymous, but were in fact quite open with their views, perhaps signalling the maturity of debate at the NACF.
  25. PFighting Corruption, Towards a National Integrity Strategy, Public Service Commission, 1999, p.3