The Commission puts premium on capacity building in order to meet its aim of being professional. Every year, the Commission’s human resources department assesses the performance of staff and based on identified needs and performance gaps the Commission develop a training plan. Based on the availability of funds, it will cater for both generic and individual needs and develop training programmes for staff.
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The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) through its Public Education and Outreach Department, teamed up with Campaign for Good Governance (CGG) in sen
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Hon. Justice Kekura Bangura of the High Court in Bo on Wednesday 22nd February 2017 denied bail to five accused persons standing trial for allegedl
PEOPLE OF SUSSEX VILLAGE PLEDGE TO SUPPORT THE PNB CAMPAIGN
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