The Public Sector Ethics Survey aims to assess the state of ethics and ethics management in the South African public sector. It is conducted by means of an online survey of public servants. The survey is conducted by The Ethics Institute (TEI) in partnership with the Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA), the Department of Cooperative Governance (DCoG), and the South African Local Government Association (SALGA).

The South African Business Ethics Survey is a survey of the organisational ethical culture of large and listed companies, as experienced by their internal stakeholders.

The third South African Citizens’ Bribery Survey, released in November 2017, reveals emergent trends as to the nature and prevalence of bribery in South Africa. It contains a new section on citizens’ perceptions about which leaders and political parties are most committed to combating corruption.

The Social and Ethics Committee Trends Survey of 2020 (SEC Trends Survey 2020) was undertaken by the Social and Ethics Committee Forum of the IoDSA and is a joint project of the IoDSA and TEI.

The survey is designed to gather information about the nature, effectiveness and impact of SECs operating in South Africa. This study will serve as a baseline study to analyse trends regarding SECs over time and it is our intention for this Survey to be conducted regularly.