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Corrupt police shake down Malawi
Corrupt police shake down Malawi
The Malawi Police Service has admitted that a growing number of its members are involved in serious organised crime – including armed robberies,...
Corporations and countries complicit in ripping off Africa
Corporations and countries complicit in ripping off Africa
In the past 50 years, more money has illegally left Africa than the amount of money received in aid, and the private sector is mostly to blame.
SA bombs again in corruption index
SA bombs again in corruption index
The annual index, released on Wednesday, shows that South Africa scored 44 out of 100 and ranked 67 of the 175 surveyed countries and territories....
Madonsela wins global award for integrity
Madonsela wins global award for integrity
Public protector Thuli Madonsela was humbled to be selected the winner of Transparency International's Integrity award for 2014, she said on...
Better governance through transparency and openness
Better governance through transparency and openness
Last week, representatives from governments and multilateral institutions, covering around a third of the world's population gathered alongside...
A word of advice for mining investors
A word of advice for mining investors
Violence in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo and South Africa's Marikana mines, pollution in Nigeria and Angola’s growing...
Angolan wealth fund gets president's son on board
Angolan wealth fund gets president's son on board
Angola will be joining an elite club of resource-rich nations including Nigeria, Equatorial Guinea and Gabon.
Dictator's son in Swaziland to party
Dictator's son in Swaziland to party
While French authorities are deciding whether to issue an international warrant for the arrest of Equatorial ­Guinea's agriculture minister,...
Rich Indians stash illegal $500bn abroad
Rich Indians stash illegal $500bn abroad
Rich Indians have stashed away almost $500-billion of illicit money abroad, parking the funds in countries considered the "least corrupt", the...
Frustrated anti-corruption watchdog cuts ties with Fifa
Frustrated anti-corruption watchdog cuts ties with Fifa
A leading consultant has cut ties with Fifa out of frustration with football's embattled world governing body, dealing a blow to president Sepp...
Corruption getting worse in Southern Africa, report shows
Corruption getting worse in Southern Africa, report shows
Corruption is getting worse in Southern Africa with the police seen as the most corrupt and most people pay bribes for public services, a new...
SA ranks 54th in global corruption index
SA ranks 54th in global corruption index
South Africa ranks 54th in Transparency International's 2010 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI), released on Tuesday.

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