The South African Government took to Twitter to circulate the anti-corruption hotlines it has established, with some of the partners being UNISA, PSC and the UN South Africa.
The South African Government, on Wednesday, 9 December 2020, took to Twitter to circulate various contact details for those looking to act against corruption. The national and sectoral anti-corruption hotlines were established by the state and various institutions.
The University of South Africa (UNISA), the Public Service Commission (PSC), and the United Nations (UN) South Africa were listed as some of the partners. The anti-corruption hotlines are not entirely new, considering that former president, Jacob Zuma had begun a similar cause, but in vain. The direct line to the then president and the hotline did not yield any consequential results or arrests.
Therefore, the recent endorsement of the hotlines will hopefully bring better results than the first. The promotional poster detailed the different contact numbers, which have been created to give whistleblowers an option of where they wish to report their claims.
See the post below.
Use the different national and sectoral anti-corruption hotlines created to support efforts to expose and pursue corruption-related allegations. #UnitedAgainstCorruption #EndCorruption #BathoPele pic.twitter.com/0gNQHXI3zP
— South African Government (@GovernmentZA) December 9, 2020