Tanzania's Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau (PCCB) will hire 500 new employees in order to boost its operations, Tanzania's Daily News reported Tuesday (October 1st).
PCCB will hire 214 investigation officers, 180 assistant investigation officers, ten assistant accountants and eight personal secretaries. They are seeking experts in surveying, accounting, human resources management, law, procurement, journalism, information technology, highway engineering, building construction and forensics.
The agency will also employ an additional 25 drivers, 95 security guards, 38 office attendants and four technicians.
The PCCB has disciplined 800 public workers accused of taking bribes between 2005 and August 2013, and has 1,494 corruption cases pending in courts. They secured 366 court convictions in the same period and recovered 48 billion shillings ($29.9 million) in lost funds.