Should employees get financial incentive for reporting fraud & unethical conduct
Yes, it will increase reporting
No, employees should report because it is the right thing to do
It is acceptable in the financial industry but not in others



EthicsSA offers a wide range of ethics-related services to organisations and individuals in the public and private sectors, as well as in the professions. These include:

Ethics Officer Certification Programme:
This course provides delegates with practical knowledge to enable them to fulfil their Ethics Officer responsibilities. 

Date: 19 - 23 May 2014
Venue: Leriba Lodge, Centurion

For the course brochure click here
To register for the course click here

Public Sector Ethics Officer Certification Programme
The Public Service IMF requires all government departments to have ethics committees, ethics champions and ethics officers. This course will provide participants with practical knowledge to enable them to fulfil their ethics officers responsibilities. 

Date: 18 July - 1 August 2014
Venue: Leriba Lodge, Centurion

For the course brochure click here
To register for the course click here

EthicsSA Media Release
The gap between law and morality is harming South Africa. To view the press release click here

Africans' perception of Chinese Business in Africa
This survey measures Africans' perception of the business practices of Chinese nationals in African countries. 
To download the report click here


EthicsSA, together with GIZ and the IODSA, have published "The Social & Ethics Committee Handbook: Guidebook for South African Companies."
The purpose of the handbook is to clear up some confusion about the role, responsibilities and operations of a Social & Ethics Committee. It gives an overview of the context in which Social & Ethics Committees emerge, provides a close reading of the legal requirements and gives guidance on how to run the Social & Ethics Committee.
To download a copy of the book click here


Isn't it time you put the logo below on your corporate communications?

By becoming a member of EthicsSA, you pledge that you as a company are committed to:

  • Building an ethically responsible society;
  • Operating according to the highest ethical standards;
  • Creating an ethical work environment; and
  • Encouraging responsible business conduct in your organisation, its sector of the economy, and Africa as a whole.

To read more about organisational membership, click here
To join as organisational member, click here



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