Fraudulent and corrupt activities are a threat to the sustainability of any business.
Our anti-corruption policy and plan to combat fraud is implemented through a holistic
approach of proactive fraud risk assessments, audit plans and conducting fraud awareness
training and reporting.
Reactive sources of managing fraud include audit reports, use of our whistleblower
line, investigations, maintenance of fraud registers and departmental sources of
data. We continue to encourage our employees to use our whistleblower line, called
Tip-offs Anonymous, which we use as an indicator that our employees are aware of
the importance of anti-corruption and they report corrupt activities.
86% of our operations have been trained on the management of fraud and corruption.
In 2011, we undertook training on the identification and control of corruption and
fraud issues to MTN Sudan. Only MTN Iran, Afghanistan and Botswana have yet to undergo
formal training, which we hope to complete by 2013 respectively.
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