ANC North West acting provincial secretary Gordon Kegakilwe has been accused of abusing state funds, including pocketing R40k meant for an ANCWL trip.
When information is hidden, corruption may take root, writes former chief justice Sandile Ngcobo.
Afrobarometer has found that nearly one-third of Africans in 34 countries have been forced to pay bribes, including for medical treatment.
Former NYDA boss Andile Lungisa, accused of defrauding the arts and culture department, says he respects Sport Minister Fikile Mbalula.
The Eastern Cape health department claims hospital staff misled a government inspection team to create a bad impression.
Curbs on buying flashy cars and travelling first class are among measures expected in the long-delayed Ministerial Handbook.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has announced sweeping cuts to the pricey perks enjoyed by civil servants.
President Joyce Banda has received death threats after discovering a fraud scandal that forced her to dissolve Malawi's Cabinet in October.
Public protector Thuli Madonsela warned Parliament this week: "If we donâ€™t act on corruption, it will grow bigger than all of us."
Angola has suggested that trade between it and its former coloniser could be at risk after it emerged that Portugal was investigating its officials.
The property company awarded a contract to lease office space to the IEC did not submit its tax clearance certificate, but got the job anyway.
International relations and co-operation director general Jerry Matjila is defiant, despite a probe into irregular spending of half a billion rand.
A formed Zim politician fingered in a scandal involving $6-million, a Ghanaian and diamonds has denied fault.
A new political morality is needed to fight the cancer of graft that â€¨is endemic to SA.
International relations director general Jerry Matjila has been placed on special leave following allegations of irregular expenditure of over R500m.
If you are confused about where we are now and what lies in store for us, three new books provide â€¨an old-fashioned app to cut through the crap.
The Special Investigating Unit has recovered R181-million in stolen funds, which it has returned to various national departments and municipalities.
Bribery is rife in Tanzania, but there appears to be little political will to end the widespread practice.
Justice Minister Jeff Radebe has released a list of 42 convicted fraudsters in effort to curb corruption.