Set up in 2002 with the enactment of the Prevention of Corruption Act, the ICAC has as core functions to lead, implement and administer the prevention, education and enforcement elements of the national strategy to fight corruption within the established parameters.  Such an initiative bears testimony to the commitment of government to effectively tackle corruption and its evils on the society.


The ICAC’s mission, amongst others, is to make corruption socially and morally unacceptable through a culture of integrity, public intolerance against corruption, public confidence in the fight against corruption and effective law enforcement through a participatory approach with the community and stakeholders, including government and the press. Read More.