Speak UP against Corruption Campaign
Corruption Watch wanted a year-long campaign to motivate the citizens of South Africa to stand up against corruption. Typographic “bribe slang” was printed on shirts to help drive the message home.
At the end of September 2016, a massive activation was held in Braamfontein where people could scream into a megaphone and win shirts if they hit the red zone on the “loud meter”. There were also free cans of coke wrapped in the “I don’t speak fifty ya coli” saying and fake brown envelopes containing information on how to spot and fight bribery.
Corruption Watch helps citizens take a stand against corruption.