• Visit – Delegation from the African Union Advisory Board on Corruption

    Visit – Delegation from the African Union Advisory Board on Corruption

    A delegation from the African Union Advisory Board on Corruption, composed of Hon. Daniel Batidam, AUABC Chairperson, Hon. Dr. Jean Baptiste Elias, AUABC Member & Mr. Stephane Ndilmbaye, AUABC Documentalist, was in Mauritius in November [...]

  • Speech: Launching the Audit Committee Forum Paper 4

    Speech: Launching the Audit Committee Forum Paper 4

    Director General's speech > Launching the Audit Committee Forum Paper 4 > Thursday, 21st of October 2016 > Hennessy Hotel Distinguished Guests and Ladies and Gentlemen Good afternoon It is an honour for me to [...]

  • International Anti-Corruption Day 2016 Slogan Competition

    International Anti-Corruption Day 2016 Slogan Competition

    Do you have a catchy, creative and original anti-corruption slogan that can serve to boost the anti-corruption movement? If YES, you are invited to participate in the Anti-Corruption Slogan Competition. The best [...]

  • Anti-Corruption Debate Competition 2016

    Anti-Corruption Debate Competition 2016

    Participation Guide (1/2) Participation Guide (2/2) Participation Form Are you a post-secondary or tertiary education student? Are you passionate about debating? If yes, take up the challenge to have your say in [...]

  • 2nd Global Conference on Anti-Corruption Reforms in SIDS

    2nd Global Conference on Anti-Corruption Reforms in SIDS

    ICAC, in collaboration with the Ministry of Good Governance and Institutional Reforms, is hosting the 2nd Global Conference on Anti-Corruption Reforms in Small Island Developing States (SIDS) from the 2nd to the 4th August [...]

  • Mr. Navin Beekarry assumes office as Director General

    Mr. Navin Beekarry assumes office as Director General

    Mr. Navin Beekarry assumes office as the Director General of the Independent Commission Against Corruption today, July 1st 2016. In his address to the staff of ICAC, Mr. Beekarry highlighted that developing and engaging in [...]

Offences Illustrated: Section 9 – Influencing Public Official

Disclaimer: The extracts illustrated above are based on corruption offences under the Prevention of Corruption Act 2002. They do not purport to interpret the law and are for general guidance only. They certainly do not include/cover all possible situations/scenarios of each corruption offence and cannot substitute the law. You are advised to seek legal advice in case of doubt.