Air Botswana ups anti-graft campaign


In response to increased cases of corruption both in the private and public sectors, government has been at the forefront of stamping out the vice, with the introduction of the Anti-Corruption Unit, which was established four years ago. This week, Air Botswana joined other public sectors in fighting corruption with the launch of an anti-corruption service, Tip-off Anonymous. The service will enable its staff and stakeholders to independently and report incidents of fraud, corruption and misconduct in the organisation. Business Week, Correspondent KEIKANTSE LESEMELA asks the airline’s Marketing Manager, Thapelo Moribame, to explains the service further

BusinessWeek: Tell us about the Tip-off Anonymous service.

Moribame: Air Botswana’s Tip-off Anonymous service is an independently managed fraud hotline service that allows both internal (employees) and external stakeholders to report suspected unethical behaviour and/or wrong doing anonymously. The service is administered via a third party, Deloitte and utilises a variety of mediums to report such incidents including cell phone, landline, e-mail or even through the world wide web.

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