- The Ethics Office Handbook
- Social and ethics committee handbook 2nd ed
- Citizens' Bribery Survey 2017
First ever comprehensive handbook on the why, how, what and who of the ethics office
The latest offering in our Ethics Handbook Series, The Ethics Office Handbook, was created in collaboration with the Ethics Practitioners' Association and financially supported by MTN Group. It is the firm belief of the authors that an organisation's ethics can indeed be managed, and that there is a structured and systematic way to do so. This handbook is intended to be an invaluable guide to those individuals in the workplace tasked with governing and managing the organisation's ethics.
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Revised edition of the handbook first released in 2012 is now available for download!
New to this revised edition is a detailed look at how the Fourth King Report on Corporate Governance (released in 2016) gives guidance on the committee's ethics responsibility and other areas where the Act lacks detail. We also share emergent leading practices co-created with partners and leading companies who recognise the strategic importance of the social and ethics committee. This project was supported by Transaction Capital and endorsed by the Institute of Directors in Southern Africa.
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The Ethics Institute is proud to present the third South African Citizens' Bribery Survey, sponsored by Massmart.
The report, which was released to the press in November 2017, contains fascinating findings about the prevalence and nature of bribery in the country. This year, we added a new section on leadership, asking citizens which individuals and political parties they perceive as committed to fighting corruption.
The report is available for download here.