The government has launched a niche unit aimed at curbing corruption and fraud among public servants by implementing norms and standards on ethics, integrity and discipline management in the civil service.

This comes as a recent survey found that South Africans perceived corruption as increasing during President Cyril Ramaphosa’s term at the Union Buildings. Ramaphosa won the presidency  on an anti-corruption ticket in February 2018. ..

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