National Traffic Anti-Corruption Unit

The National Traffic Anti-Corruption Unit (NTACU), was established in November 2012 as a response to the challenges of ethical conduct facing the road traffic fraternity. The Unit’s key mandate is to eliminate fraud and corruption within national, provincial and local road traffic fraternity by ensuring the safety of all drivers, vehicles and road users who are using the country’s roads.

NTACU investigates cases of alleged corruption within the road traffic fraternity at the Driver Learner Testing Centres, Vehicle Testing Centres, Vehicle Registration Centres and officer corruption amongst others. In the fight against corruption NTACU augments its capacity by collaborating with other investigative agencies and structures that support its coordination of activities.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where to report fraudulent and corrupt activity?

  • Anyone can report to the National Anti-Corruption Hotline at 0861 400 800
  • A report can be made directly to the National Road Traffic Anti-Corruption email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Information that is required when reporting fraudulent and corrupt activity?

  • Place where fraudulent and corrupt activity took place.
  • Date and time of the incident.
  • Names of people involved.
  • Amount of money involved or description of gratification/gift/token of appreciation given.
  • Any other information or proof which may exist.