An anti-corruption campaign is making it easier for members of the public to blow the whistle on bribery and other corrupt activities across the country.
The initiative, titled the Expose It campaign, is a project by the legal group Justice Alliance of South Africa.
Attorney Trudie Broekman explains that whistleblowers can report a bribe or any corruption on their phone or the Expose It website.
Broekman says the campaign accepts all kinds of reports, old and new.
So far, 500 reports have been submitted since August 2015 - three have escalated to the Hawks and 17 others are pending investigation by other independent bodies.
Broekman describes the process involved after a report has been made, and unpacks the odds of prosecutions.
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