No. 12 of 2004

Contents of the Guide


The National Anti-Corruption Forum (NACF) is proud to publish this guide to the Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act, Act no. 12 of 2004. Read the foreword...

Introduction to the Guide

This guide explains the Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act of 2004. It forms part of the government's strategy to stop corruption and has been written for members of the public sector, members of the private sector (businesses), members of the public and anyone doing training on the Act. Read more...
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An Overview of the Act

Die Wet op die Voorkoming en Bestryding van Korrupte Aktiwiteite maak van korrupsie 'n misdaad.
The Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act makes corruption a crime.
Mulayo wa u Thivhela na u Langa Mishumo ya Vhumbulu u ita uri vhumbulu vhuvhe mulandu. Read more...

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The Crimes Created by the Act

The Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act creates various crimes of corruption in both the public and private sectors. Read more...

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The Register for Tender Defaulters

There is a lot of room for corruption when government tenders for goods or services. To address this, the Act requires the Minister of Finance to create a Register of Tender Defaulters. Read more...

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Reporting Corruption

Because corruption affects us all, it is our common enemy. We therefore all have a duty to report corruption whenever we come across it. In some cases, this is more than just a duty. Read more...
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