Directorate of Corruption and Economic Crime (DCEC) director general, Ms Rose Seretse has said her organisation has over the years become more efficient judging by the international rankings and the conviction rate of cases.
Speaking before the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) on Thursday, May 21, Ms Seretse said Botswana had been ranked the least corrupt country in Africa and amongst the least in the world.
She further said they had a conviction rate of 70 per cent in the cases brought before courts. Ms Seretse said her organisation last year had hosted seven agencies that had come to benchmark and Botswana hosts the Commonwealth Anti -corruption Centre.
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