Report Corruption


Do you want to make an anonymous corruption report?

When you report an allegation, you can identify yourself or you can do it anonymously. If you identify yourself, your identity will be kept confidential by the Anti-Corruption Trust of Southern Africa (ACT-SA). However please note that there are times when the failure to identify oneself may affect the effectiveness of the investigation since there may be need to verify matters or obtain further details which can be difficult without contact information. In addition, the ACT-SA will not be able to advise the complainant of any decisions or action on the matter.

In which country are you based?

If you do not mind kindly give your details by completing the section below

Full Name
ID/Passport No
Phone No

Are you making this corruption report form on behalf of someone
else? If yes, then please fill in accordingly including the country in which the person is based.


Full Name
ID/Passport No
Phone No

Who are you filling this corruption report against?

Name of person/organization/agency
Phone No

In which country is the person/organization/agency based?

Complaint of corrupt practice relating to

How and when did you become aware of this matter?


Please describe the incident in as much detail as possible, including the following:

  • Who do you think committed the corruption act? Who else might have been involved
  • What happened? Describe the events with as much detail as possible.
  • When did it happen? Dates, times, how many times etc.
  • Where did it happen?Include not only the city and country, but, if possible, an actual address, the name of the building, the office number etc.
  • Who else might have information?

Supporting Evidence


Please attach any relevant documents that support your evidence. If there are multiple documents, kindly save them in a folder, compress and zip them, and upload the zippled file to us

Any non-electronic documents or any other relevant supporting evidence can be provided:

In person:
Anti-Corruption Trust of Southern Africa (ACT-SA)
16, 2nd Avenue Kwekwe Zimbabwe

By post:
The Legal Services Programme Manager
Anti-Corruption Trust of Southern Africa (ACT-SA)
P.O. Box 93 Kwekwe Zimbabwe

By email:

Have you taken any legal action with regards to this corruption report? If yes, kindly specify

Where else have you reported the same issue? Include the name of individual/entity, contact details and action taken after you had reported the matter. Also explain why you are reporting this same matter to ACT-SA.

Are you a public official

Definition of public official:

A public official is defined as an individual having public official functions or acting in a public official capacity in any country in Southern Africa. Employees of public authorities such as local councils, state departments or statutory authorities and members of certain boards are considered public officials. In some circumstances, private contractors or consultants are considered public officials, depending on their duties.

Statement of Declaration

I, the undersigned warrant that the information given in this corruption report is true, accurate and complete to the best of my knowledge, that all the attached documents are unabridged and where an opinion is stated, such opinion is stated in good faith.