Corruption appears to be rampant in the world today and it can be defined and categorized in different ways. The most common types or categories of corruption are supply versus demand corruption, grand versus petty corruption, conventional versus unconventional corruption, and public versus private corruption.

To highlight the cancer of corruption in South Africa today we reviewed a few daily articles and this is what we are dealing with:

The list could continue for pages but what we can see here corruption is rife in both the public and private sector in South Africa and no person and company is immune to being a victim of corruption.

Just over eight in 10 people who responded to a nationally representative survey of middle-class homes are despondent about South Africa’s future.

And nine in 10 laid the blame squarely at the door of “corruption and criminality”, according to the SA Blackout Report by BrandMapp-Silverstone released this week.

What do we do?  Many have already thrown their hands in the air and say what can we do?

At iFacts we firmly believe you never throw in the towel and we believe that a company can build an integrity conscious culture in an organization. Some of the steps to follow would include:

“With integrity, you have nothing to fear, since you have nothing to hide. With integrity, you will do the right thing, so you will have no guilt.” – Zig Ziglar

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