Malawi lies in the southern part of Africa and shares boarders with Tanzania, Mozambique and Zambia. The country attained independence in 1964, and for 30 years, it was under a single party system of government.
In 1994, the country became a multiparty democracy. Consequently, it adopted a New Republican Constitution in 1995. Following this new constitution, the country established institutions aimed at promoting transparency, accountability, personal integrity and financial probity. The institutions include the Office of the Ombudsman, the Human Rights Commission, the National Compensation Tribunal, the Electoral Commission, and the Anti-Corruption Bureau among others. This paper generally reports on the achievements of the Anti-Corruption Bureau in the years 2013 and
2014. The report includes the year 2013 due to the fact that Malawi did not participate in SAFAC Annual General Meeting of 2013. Read More