Citizens Against Corruption is a civil society organisation incorporated under section 21, making it a non-profit organisation. It aims to contribute in a meaningful way to the fight against corruption in South Africa by mobilising the citizens of the country to stand up against corruption.
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Membership is open to any South African citizen over the age of 16, and who has not been found guilty of corruption in a court of law. Membership is free.
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Members (and non-members) can contribute by stating their views on corruption in order to stimulate a healthy debate on the subject.
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Members (and non-members) can report personal incidents of corruption which affected them.Reports can be made anonymously.
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Being a civil society organisation, the company is funded primarily through voluntary financial contributions by its members and secondarily through contributions by businesses. It also generates funds through fund-raising activities.
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