The United Nations has declared December the 9th as an international day against corruption.
On this day the world gathers to recommit itself to the fight against corruption.
Today they gathered in Pretoria to review the progress and also share the new strategies on how to stop corruption and fraud.
Public Service and Administration Minister Lindiwe Sisulu told delegates that they must see the 2012 International Anti-Corruption Day as a platform for the South African Government and its people to not only renew their commitment to fight corruption in the public sector and private sector but also to introduce new strategies and tough measures to prevent corruption at all levels of government.
Head of Communications at the Public Service and Administration Ndivhuwo Mabaya said the Minister is highly concerned about cases of corruption, fraud, maladministration and unethical behaviour involving public servants.
Mabaya adds that Minister has instructed that a new strategy to fight corruption must be completed by the end of the financial year.
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