The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC)
is the Agency that is mandated to spearhead the fight against Corruption in Zambia. It was established in 1980
under an Act of Parliament, the Corrupt Practices Act No. 14. This Act has since been repealed and replaced
by the Anti-Corruption Act, No. 38 of 2010. As the lead institution in the fight against corruption in Zambia,
the Commission is geared to professionally execute its mandate through investigations and prosecutions of
suspected offenders, establishment of corruption prevention mechanisms and mobilizing support and
enlightening the citizenry of Zambia through community education programmes.
"The Zambia Privatisation Agency is an autonomous agency of the Government of the Republic of Zambia, established in 1992 through the Privatisation Act No.21 (1992). Its function is to plan, implement and control the privatisation of state owned enterprises in Zambia, in cooperation with the government, by selling them off to those who are more competent to run them and who have the required capital to do so."