Blow the Whistle
A person who uses his office to improperly benefit oneself or another person.
Failure to honour a responsibility of trust and confidence bestowed upon a person by virtue of his office.
Giver: To promise, offer, or give something of value to a person in order to obtain services or gain influence; or
Recipient: To receive or demand, or agree to receive or demand a private benefit so as to provide public services/goods.
Private benefit: gift, loan, fee, reward, appointment, service, favour, failure to take action, promise or other consideration or advantage.
A conflict of interest is a situation in which a public officer has a private interest in a matter that concerns his office and he fails to disclose the private interest to his employer.
It is not an offence if the public officer has disclosed his interest and has been allowed to participate in the decision making process.
The misuse of public funds placed in oneís care for oneís benefit or that of another person.
The action or instance of deception for financial or personal gain or so as to obtain goods or services illegally
To illegally sell, transfer, lease, charge or mortgage or in any way dispose of public property.
Fraudulent acquisition and disposal of public land. This includes to illegally acquire, sell, transfer, lease, charge or mortgage or in any way dispose of public land.
This refers to irregular purchase of goods, services and works contrary to the laid down public procurement procedures.
Failure to pay taxes to the government by individuals, organisations, companies, manufacturers etc.