Anti-Corruption Trust of Southern Africa (acronym ACT-Southern Africa) is a regional, non-profit making and non-political organisation that was registered in South Africa and Zimbabwe to campaign against corruption in Southern Africa. In South Africa, it was registered under the Non-Profit Organisations Act, 1997 (Registration Number:- 045-923-NPO refers). In Zimbabwe, it was registered as a Trust, under the Registrar of Deeds (Registration Number: MA147/2004 refers).
independent think-tank and advocacy against corruption
The Anti-Corruption Trust of Southern Africa (ACT-SA) is an independent, non-profit making trust that was founded in 2004 to campaign against corruption in the private and public sectors.
ACT-Southern Africa is registered in the South Africa under the Non-Profit Organisation Act . It is also registered in Zimbabwe as a Trust by the Registrar of Deeds . ACT-Southern Africa has the mandate to operate in the SADC member states.
Accountable, transparent and legitimate public and private sector institutions operating alongside a well informed, empowered and actively engaged citizenry in poverty eradication and development.
To contribute towards good governance and the ending of corruption in Southern Africa through institutional capacity building, situational prevention of corruption, social prevention and public empowerment, anti-corruption policy and law reform and research and development.