Reported economic crime in South Africa hits record levels

77% of SA organisations have experienced economic crime and CEO’s and boards are increasingly being held accountable for economic crime.

South African organisations continue to report the highest instances of economic crime in the world with economic crime reaching its highest level over the past decade, according to PwC’s biennial Global Economic Crime Survey. South African organisations that have experienced economic crime is now at a staggering 77%, followed in second place by Kenya (75%), and thirdly France (71%). With half of the top ten countries who reported economic crime coming from Africa, the situation at home is more than dire.

Reported economic crime in South Africa hits record levels
Reported economic crime in South Africa hits record levels

Reported economic crime in South Africa hits record levels

77% of SA organisations have experienced economic crime and CEO’s and boards are increasingly being held accountable for economic crime.

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