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Policy and governance failures in key infrastructure sectors widen space for corruption and undermines economic growth.

PwC’s 2016 edition of the Global Economic Crime Survey revealed that almost half the incidents of serious economic crimes are perpetrated by internal parties – a cause for serious concern and attention.

It is expected that 2016 will see a change in the way government spends public money – particularly wasteful expenditure as a result of fraud, corruption and mismanagement.

What is the economic impact of corruption? Experts explore the cost of corruption during the annual breakfast seminar hosted by Imsimbi Training.

Government officials are being trained on how to tackle problems relating to fraud, corruption and vehicle related crimes at Driver License Testing Centres (DLTCs) and other vehicle registration offices.

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