Namibia Country Report 2011:

Since January 2011 to 30 September 2011 the Commission has received 317 reports. Some of these reports are not really outright cases of corrupt practices as defined in the Act. They are either administrative matters which after preliminary investigations were carried out were referred to relevant authorities for appropriate action or they had no substance at all and were summarily closed.

The genuine complaints that fall under the mandate of the Commission have been investigated and some are still under investigation. Investigating allegations of corrupt practices sometimes take a very long time.

The Commission investigates all cases of alleged corrupt practices without fear or favour. Among cases submitted for prosecution are cases involving high profile officials such as Directors, Permanent Secretaries, Regional Governors, business personalities and many others, including junior officials in both public and private sector. Even foreign nationals suspected of corrupt practices are not spared from investigation by the Commission. Read More