Integrity Committee

  • Overview
  • Roles
  • Governance Documents
  • Complaint Reporting Procedure

Ministry of Labour and Social Security Integrity Committee
The Ministry of Labour and Social Security Integrity Committee was created in 2014, following an Induction which was conducted by the Anti Corruption Commission in Siavonga.

What are the roles of Ministry of Labour and Social Security Integrity Committee?
The main roles of the MLSS Integrity Committee are:
• To spearhead, co-ordinate and facilitate the corruption and malpractice prevention efforts within MLSS;
• To formulate, review and implement the annual institutional Anti-Corruption Prevention Action Plans (ACPAP and budget in consultation with the Senior Management and the ACC.
• To prepare quarterly and annual progress reports for submission by the Permanent Secretary to ACC;
• To monitor the internalization and implementation of the Code of Ethics and Service Charter and anti-corruption strategies within the organisation;
• To consider all complaints relating to corruption and malpractice and refer complaints beyond the !C’s mandate to appropriate agencies/ authorities for appropriate remedy/ action. Recommend administrative action to management as a response to complaints which have been substantiated;
• To recommend appropriate improvements to systems, processes as well as governance documents.

The key governance documents used by the MLSS IC to prevent corruption include: –
i) Service Charter
iv) Code of Ethics

 Procedure for reporting suspected corruption in MLSS

In order to report corruption or malpractice, kindly fill in the space below or direct your comments to:”

1) In person or letter: Ministry of Labour and Social Security,

Government Building Complex,
P.O. Box 32186, Kamwala LUSAKA

2) Email:
3) telephone :221665, 09n ·865268″