Anti-corruption and fraud awareness campaign by coghtsa today

The Department of Cooperative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs Integrity Management Unit, hosted an Anti-Corruption and Fraud Prevention Awareness session in Kimberley this morning. The department provides in an official statement that the purpose of this awareness campaign was to enlighten staff to promote a culture of ethical behavior and prevention of fraudulent activities. The department further adds that this session comes in line with the mandate government must develop and implement Fraud Prevention Plans which are among the key instruments that departments should have to ensure that there is transparent and accountable public administration and a proactive approach towards minimizing risks that can impact on their operations. The director of strategy and system at the COGHSTA office Erick Maringa encourages against corruption and says the following on the importance of these anti-corruption awareness sessions... INSERT (ERICK)

Journalist: Mbali Masiza

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