The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) will host a targeted anti-corruption campaign to raise public awareness on corruption and fraud prevention in Communal Property Associations (CPAs) in Kimberly, Northern Cape on Tuesday.
The campaign aims to solicit commitment from the CPAs members to introduce change, in order to improve the administration and governance of CPAs and encourage introduction and implementation of corruption prevention mechanisms.
The initiative forms part of efforts by the SIU to prevent fraud and corruption by focusing on societal values and systems that make it difficult to engage in acts of corruption in targeted sectors.
In line with the Communal Property Associations Act, 28 of 1998, CPAs are formed by communities to hold and manage immovable property under a written constitution. Among other things, the constitution will prescribe processes on how to acquire a household site in communal land held under a CPA, procedures for the alienation of the land and regulate alienation of CPA property to non-members.
Members of the media are invited to the targeted campaign scheduled to take place as follows:
Venue: Kimberly City Hall, Northern Cape
Date 07 June 2022
Fraud and corruption allegations may be reported via the following platforms: firstname.lastname@example.org / Hotline: 0800 037 774.
Enquiries: Mr Kaizer Kganyago
Head of Stakeholder Relations and Communications (SIU)
012 843 0048
082 306 8888