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Implications of residential electricity theft, detection and enforcement: Corruption of consumers and agents
This paper analyses the economic impact of residential electricity theft. Theft and corruption are common in electricity distribution systems worldwide. Electricity theft form part of the revenue protection objectives in ...
Public service (mis)management of the gifts: travesty to fostering integrity and preventing corruption
This paper seeks to analyse South Africa’s regulatory frameworks relating to the receipt of gifts in the Public Service in order to assess the mechanisms for management of this practice in Sedibeng District Municipality ...
“No more going to Nandos”: Rudimentary statistics and venal public servants in tender adjudication
This paper advances the notion that corruption in public service is perpetrated by the corruptibility of functionaries. The psychopathology of corruption demonstrates that hominids are inherently venal and will thus ...