About Us


FICAC Vision

Ensuring the people of Fiji live a life free of corruption


FICAC Mission

FICAC is committed to effectively combating corruption in order to promote transparency and accountability for the attainment of zero tolerance of corruption, set the foundation for good governance and create sustainable development for the benefit of all citizens of Fiji


FICAC Core Values

Independence, Integrity, Impartiality, Professionalism and Commitment

Percentage of Awareness Sessions from 2007 - 2017

Public Bodies

39% 37.2% Complete


35.18% 20.3% Complete


13.6% 13.6% Complete

Private Bodies

5% 4% Complete

Our Departments


Receives corruption-related complaints from members of the public with regards to Public Sector Corruption.

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Investigates corruption-related complaints, as directed by the FICAC Deputy Commissioner.

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Tasked with the assessment and prosecution of corruption and bribery related offences.

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Corporate Services

Provides vital support to the Commission in order to ensure ease of operation.

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Corruption Prevention

Proactive in educating the public about the identification of corruption and its ill-effects.

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Complaints Received
Cases Investigated
Individuals Charged
Individuals Convicted
Source: Information Centre, Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption

Latest News

PUBLIC ADVISORY: LAND SCAM - River Road and Millennium Informal Settlement

11 Sep, 2020

The Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption (FICAC) and the Ministry of Housing and Community wish to advise the public about the alleged sale of land plots in the River Road Informal Settlement in Narere and the Millennium Informal Settlement in Nausori which are part of

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FICAC Encourages Women Entrepreneurs to Fight Corruption

10 Sep, 2020

Women entrepreneurs were encouraged to take serious and meaningful actions to build their resilience against corruption. FICAC Deputy Commissioner Mr Rashmi Aslam shared these sentiments at the launch of the Anti-Corruption Toolkit for Women-Owned Micro, Small and Medium Busin

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TLTB Employee and Farmer Deny Charges

01 Sep, 2020

A public servant and farmer entered their pleas to corruption-related charges in the Nadi Magistrates Court yesterday. iTaukei Land Trust Board (TLTB) Assistant Estate Officer Mr Solomone Keteravu and Mr Jason Zhong both denied the Bribery charges. The duo were charged by t

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School Manager Charged for Abuse of Grant

25 Aug, 2020

A former School Manager was produced in the Rakiraki Magistrates Court on 21 August 2020 on allegations of the abuse of the Free Education Grant (FEG). The Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption (FICAC) charged Mr Kelevi Salauca with one (1) count of Obtaining a Financ

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Juvenile Sentenced for Use of False Information

24 Aug, 2020

A juvenile who was convicted for registering under a false name using false information on various occasions was sentenced in the Suva Magistrates Court today. The Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption (FICAC) had charged the individual with two (2) counts of Giving F

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Former Ministry of Justice Employee Sentenced

18 Aug, 2020

A former Revenue Collector with the Ministry of Justice was sentenced to 18 months imprisonment in the Savusavu Magistrates Court today. Mr Tomasi Raikivi was charged by the Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption (FICAC) with one (1) count of General Dishonesty – Obt

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External Links


Government of the Republic of Fiji


Fiji Financial Intelligence Unit


Office of the Attorney-General


Fiji Revenue & Customs Service


United Nations Convention Against Corruption


Office of the Director of Public Prosecution

Report Corruption

It is not mandatory to provide us with your personal details as FICAC accepts anonymous reports. However if you wish to remain anonymous, bear in mind that the FICAC will not be able to advise you of the outcome of the matter, nor will it be able to verify details with you or obtain any further, clarifying information from you.

If you have any concerns about disclosing your identity, please call the Complaints officer on 1322 to discuss.