Generally corruption has been defined as the abuse of power for private benefit. Corruption has proven to be one of the major challenges that can hamper any country’s stability and economy hence the need to fight it from all angles.

The Directorate on Corruption and Economic Crime (DCEC) was established in 1994 through an act of parliament, the Corruption and Economic Crime Act (CECA) (Act no, 13 of 1994) to combat corruption. This followed a series scandals involving senior members of the cabinet, including senior public officers. Read More