n Institute for Security Studies Monographs - Corruption and social grants in South Africa

Volume 2008, Issue 154
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Th is study is a historico-contemporary descriptive analysis - or critical reflection - into anti-corruption efforts and activities employed in the DSD, with a specific focus on social grants. The attempt is to highlight the department as a sector where corruption problems in the delivery of social grants are now being systematically addressed. In particular, it focuses on understanding how the national department identified the corruption problem, and how it involved corruption agencies like the SIU and other law enforcement agencies in dealing with it. It also includes a focus on the establishment of new agencies - including the SASSA - and an explanation of how these new systems are being put in place.

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