WELCOME TO RISK MANAGEMENT AN ANTI-CORRUPTION UNIT
• Director: Risk Management & Anti-Corruption Unit- Mr Lulamani Zenzile
• Deputy Director: Risk Management & Anti-Corruption – Mr Richman Bekezulu
o Assistant Director: Investigations – Mr Phillip Booi
o Practitioner : Investigations – Ms Bulelwa Manzi
RESPONSIBILITY OF THE RISK MANAGEMENT & ANTI CORRUPTION UNIT
• Investigation of corrupt officials and corruption occurring into the Departmental funded projects
• Provide support to the mandated structures on crime and corruption related projects affecting Department
of Social Development. (e.g. SAPS, SIU)
• The constant research, analysis, implementation and monitoring of processes with a view of preventing corruption
• Conducting awareness around ethics, fraud and corruption
• To manage the integrity of departmental current employees.
RESPONSIBILITY OF DEPARTMENTAL EMPLOYEES
In terms of Public Services Regulation 2016, as promulgated and Public Services Act of 2004, an employee:
• May not use their official position to obtain or accept private gifts or benefits during the performance of official duties as these
may be construed as bribes;
• In the course of official duties, an employee shall report fraud, corruption, nepotism, mal-administration and any other act which
constitute an offence, or which is prejudicial to public interest.
RESPONSIBILITY OF OUR STAKEHOLDERS
As corruption does not only involves the Department of Social Development officials but also the client, service provider, NPO member, Politician, etc. you may very well form part of the corrupt activity
• Never give a Social Development official a gift or token of appreciation for performing his/her job. It may be regarded
as a bribe in terms of PRECCA
• Never give a Social Development official a gift/benefit/gratification in order to abuse their power.
• Always report any corruption you may be aware of in order to help us root out corrupt officials.
WHERE AND HOW TO REPORT FRAUD AND CORRUPTION
• Anyone can report to the National Anti-Corruption Hotline at 0800 701 701
• A report can be made directly to the Risk Management & Anti-Corruption Unit at
* Landline : 043 605 5339/5297/5452
* Cellphone : 082 727 5526/ 071 603 4611
* Email Address : firstname.lastname@example.org
• Officials need to make use of the prescriptions as set out in the Departmental Fraud & Anti-Corruption policy, page 81,
WHAT INFORMATION IS REQUIRED WHEN REPORTING ?
At least the following information should be provided when reporting, where applicable:
- Place where the incident took place
- The date and time of the incident
- The names of people involved
- Amount of money involved or description of gratification/gift/token of appreciation given
Proper investigation and prosecutions are not possible in cases where one reports anonymously and critical information is not
provided to follow the case.