Public entity the Council for the Built Environment (CBE) has reaffirmed its stance against any form of corruption in the country, as a co-signatory to the Infrastructure Built Anti-Corruption Forum’s anti-corruption pledge.

The pledge was signed in Pretoria on June 30 by all the members of the Infrastructure Built Anti-Corruption Forum (IBACF), including Public Works and Infrastructure Minister Patricia de Lille, the head of the Special Investigating Unit (SIU), the Hawks and the CBE, besides others.

In the main, the IBACF will serve as a platform to develop innovative and preventive measures and advisory and awareness initiatives using the latest data analytics tools to help find loopholes in procurement legislation that renders it vulnerable to corrupt practices.


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