The National School of Government signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) to roll out Ethics and Anti-Corruption Training due to be launched this financial year. The SIU will be funding the NSG to roll out this critical programme to an amount of R5.8m, an allocation approved by cabinet. The two institutions, represented by the Principal of the NSG, Prof Richard Levin and Prof Andy Mothibi, Head of the SIU, were in unison that the venture will bear fruits where ethical conduct and leadership will be promoted in the public service. The aim of the partnership is to develop professional and ethical public servants who would be able to avert and denounce all acts of corruption in the public service, which would essentially  build towards a clean trustworthy government.