The recent FIFA scandal, continuing controversy around Nkandla and similar high-profile cases have thrown into sharp relief the difference between South Africa’s approach to corruption issues and the increasing focus of international regulators on bribery and corruption.
ENSafrica’s 2015 anti-bribery and corruption survey results are out and indicates that incidents of bribery have increased, but so has general awareness of anti-bribery compliance among organisations.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Steven Powell, Forensics Executive at ENS.
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South Africa is perceived to be amongst the top-8 most corrupt nations in Africa.— Steven Powell, Forensics Executive at ENS
The US government is committed to pursue bribe payers and receivers. At the moment the focus is on Fifa.— Steven Powell, Forensics Executive at ENS
There is greater awareness of anti-corruption compliance in South Africa.— Steven Powell, Forensics Executive at ENS
This article first appeared on 702 : Survey shows bribery on the up in South Africa (but there is a silver lining)