Our experience

NTA trained 15 investigators of City of Cape Town on Report Writing and Forensic Investigation techniques.  

The facilitators and course content was well received by the delegates.

SAICA’s ‘Members in Business Unit’ requested us to present on practical solutions to prevent fraud and corruption in the workplace, and how it coincides with King IV and Ethics. 

After the completion of a national roadshow in Johannesburg, Pretoria, Durban and Cape Town, the team received very positive feedback from SAICA’s national co-ordinator.                                                          

Training to internal investigators of Standard Bank on Report Writing, Statement Taking and Forensic investigations.

Training to 30 internal investigators on Forensic Investigations.

1) Financial Forensic Investigations

2) Developed a Training Manual on conducting Financial Investigations, for use by the UNDP (Sub-Saharan Africa).  

Prosecutor General Namibia/ Namibian Police and Anti-Corruption Commission - Five-day intensive workshop on the investigation and prosecution of white collar crime in Namibia for prosecutors.  

Training was presented to Nampol investigators and the Anti-Corruption Commission.  

1) Presented enterprise wide fraud awareness training.             

2) Two-day training sessions to more than 170 inspectors, including senior and middle management.  The members had their competency assessed.  

3) Following the training, the NTA facilitators developed a practical manual for use by each inspector in their day to day work environment.

We presented 64 x three-day training sessions on conducting Procurement Fraud Investigations in the public sector (more than 400 investigators trained).   

Training included all relevant legislation and ethics.


NTA conducted training to the Auditor General of South Africa, on Corruption, Fraud and other offences committed in the public procurement cycle.


Training provided to prosecutors of the Specialised Commercial Crime Unit, on how to frame criminal charges in terms of PFMA and MFMA (fruitless, wasteful and irregular expenditure) in fraud and corruption cases.

1) Conducted Commercial Forensic Investigation and Financial Investigation training to the HAWKS.

2) Nexus developed and compiled a SAQA unit standard aligned to training material for the Hawks, on the topic of Basic Financial Investigations. 

We presented the pilot project during a five day training programme in Pretoria.  

We have presented numerous courses to the HAWKS and continue to schedule courses.


We have trained members of the SAPS on the following topics: 

  • Money Laundering
  • Procurement Fraud
  • Asset Recovery 
  • Basic Fraud
  • Commercial Forensic Law

Many of the above courses have been presented numerous times.

Numerous presentations on national and regional conferences as a service provider on the ACFE’s Advanced Fraud Examination Course.  

1) Fraud and Corruption Awareness and rolling out of a Fraud Hotline. 

2) Trained the investigators of Premier Foods, on investigation of crime and Report Writing.

NTA conducted 15 training sessions to several departments of Nedbank, including their Group Financial Crime and Forensic Services and Home Loan Division.

We trained on Forensic Report Writing, various Forensic Investigation Techniques (including the investigation of Financial Statement Fraud) and the detection of Home Loan Fraud.