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Accountability Lab South Africa launched its third Integrity Icon campaign in 2020. The small, dedicated team also runs a youth film fellowship.

Integrity Icon: The second edition of this campaign culminated with an Integrity Summit and Awards Ceremony in October 2019 where the five Integrity Icons were presented with their awards in Johannesburg. The top five Icons were Moshalagae Malatji, Gugu Mlotshwa, Helimamy Moeng, Sakhile Nkosi, and Clinton Odayar, who work across the sectors of health, education, and safety. 

Integrity Icon Film Fellowship: The Integrity Icon Film Fellowship gives young people an opportunity to gain skills in filmmaking and storytelling. 

Today's the day! Nominations close for our #IntegrityIcon awards. It's been a tough year with the pandemic but we are still committed to discussing how to create an accountable civil service. Help us get that conversation going and nominate here: https://t.co/t1GaOtliZD https://t.co/QgiBwVLIMZ

Tomorrow is your LAST CHANCE to nominate someone for our #IntegrityIcon awards! What are you waiting for? The public servants who are getting it right despite enormous challenges need your support. Nominate them here: https://t.co/t1GaOt3I85. https://t.co/5NJjNrjQjt

Let's amplify the stories of positive role models in the public service. Know of any such positive role-models?

Nominate them here for #IntegrityIcon today: https://t.co/t1GaOt3I85. Entries close 31 July 2020. https://t.co/yyu9dzZM6a

DID YOU KNOW💡: There are only about 640 audiologists serving a population of 59 million in South Africa? Let's honour them!

Know anyone that deserves to be celebrated? Nominate them here for Integrity Icon 2020: https://t.co/t1GaOt3I85.



Who will be South Africa’s First Integrity Idol?

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Corruption Watch is one of the organisations supporting the Integrity Idol South Africa initiative, which has arrived in our country and will launch on 16 January in Braamfontein, Johannesburg. [...]