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Ethics, fraud and corruption (SABPP Fact Sheet)

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Ethics, fraud and corruption (SABPP Fact Sheet)

Discussion Unethical behaviour by people in all walks of life and in all types of employment cause financial and non-financial losses and damage to society through poor role-modelling and erosion of the sense of what is right and wrong. Corruption and nepotism are perceived in South Africa today as being centred around politicians and public servants. However, corruption and fraud are endemic also in the private sector. Corruption always involves at least two parties. Fraud most often involves collusion between...



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