ENSafrica’s 2015 anti-bribery and corruption survey results

Source: https://www.ensafrica.com/ by Roy Gillespie and Andisiwe Jele

Incidents of bribery have increased, but so has general awareness of anti-bribery compliance among organisations: these were some of the high-level findings of a recent survey conducted by ENSafrica.

Key findings include:

  • 24% of organisations have experienced an incident of bribery and/or corruption in the past 24 months (that’s an increase of 4% since 2013), with 5% experiencing five or more incidents within the last 24 months
  • just over 90% of organisations surveyed have a policy prohibiting bribes, 52% have an established anti-bribery compliance programme and 43% have conducted a detailed anti-bribery risk assessment of their bribery risks

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