Following increasing reports of corruption and unethical conduct in Botswana the Directorate on Corruption and Economic Crime (DCEC), has engaged a team of experts to craft an anti-corruption manual.
DCEC spokesman, Lentswe Motshoganetsi said they have engaged experts from the University of Botswana to develop the manual to educate Batswana and any other people residing in Botswana on the dangers of corruption.
The manual proposes strategies of preventing corruption at an individual, organization, national and global level. The underpinning concept of integrity is used to promote good governance, the rule of law and Botho as a value among others.
Previous workshops to gather views from stakeholders were held since 2012 in Kang, Maun, Francistown, Kanye and Gaborone twice, he said.