Integrity Idol Celebrates Unsung Public Officials

The Integrity Idol campaign wants to “name and fame” honest public servants working in South Africa. These are the heroes who do what’s right even when no one is watching.

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Campaign helps recognise dedicated public servants

Elizabeth Mkhondo, a nurse from Mamelodi, in Tshwane is one of the first Integrity Idols to be awarded in South Africa.

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‘Integrity Idol’ finds first cohort of public servants

Integrity Idol, the civil society driven campaign to “name and fame” honest government officials in South Africa, has found its first cohort of honest public servants.

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Accountability Lab Launches Integrity Idol SA

The Accountability Lab in partnership with the Nelson Mandela Foundation‚ Corruption Watch‚ LifeCo UnLtd and Democracy Works Foundation has launched Integrity Idol South Africa.

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Last chance to vote for SA’s first Integrity Idol

After a successful campaign launch by the Accountability Lab and partners, including the Nelson Mandela Foundation, LifeCo UnLtd and Democracy Works Foundation, Integrity Idol South Africa garnered hundreds of nominations of honest civil servants from across the country.

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Policeman SA’s first Integrity Idol

South Africa’s first Integrity Idol, police officer Captain Vinny Pillay, has been hailed a true paragon of virtue and a man who would give his life for someone else without hesitation.

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Umhlali cop dubbed SA’s first Integrity Idol

The public have spoken and voted  Umhlali SAPS Captain Vinny Pillay  as SA’s most honest public servant and national winner of the first Integrity Idol South Africa held in Cape Town last weekend.

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