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Corruption features prominently in assessments of the governance, performance and capacity of South Africa's public service. However, accounts of corruption too often fail to offer systematic appraisals of its occurrence within the diverse institutional makeup of the public service. This article seeks to address this gap by investigating the relationship between the level and type of corruption, and the institutional characteristics of government departments. Based on an original dataset whichfatcat:w4qywchhsbhptccynsiv2grveq