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First convicted FIFA bigwig awaits US sentencing
First convicted FIFA bigwig awaits US sentencing
The first bigwig convicted in the United States in the FIFA corruption scandal that disgraced world football awaited sentencing on Wednesday.
Nigeria coach denies bribe claims
Nigeria coach denies bribe claims
Nigeria's chief coach Salisu Yusuf has denied any wrongdoing after footage broadcast on Tuesday showed him accepting money from undercover...
Editorial: A beautiful game of capital gain
Editorial: A beautiful game of capital gain
The Fifa World Cup is an extravagant symbol of so much that is wrong with this world.
Fifa makes first public statement about SA's alleged World Cup bribe
Fifa makes first public statement about SA's alleged World Cup bribe
They stole our bribe. If it wasn’t so devastating to South Africa’s reputation, it would be funny.
[Video]The M&G denies FIFA and everything else
[Video]The M&G denies FIFA and everything else
Did South Africa pay for the world cup? Are newspapers dead? Deny everything.
[Video]Mbalula: It is not a bribe
[Video]Mbalula: It is not a bribe
Sports minister Fikile Mbalula re-iterates that US$10 million was just a donation and did not buy votes for 2010 bid.
'Bribery' cops taken off duty, says JMPD
'Bribery' cops taken off duty, says JMPD
The Johannesburg metro police on Saturday said two officers who were caught on CCTV video footage allegedly taking a bribe in Westdene have been...
ANC: No donation from French arms company
ANC: No donation from French arms company
The ANC has come out fighting after a weekend report revealed explosive details around French arms giant Thales alleged bribery of President Jacob...
Afrobarometer: Bribery still rife in Africa
Afrobarometer: Bribery still rife in Africa
A new poll of Africans in 34 countries across the continent finds that nearly one-third of people have been forced to pay bribes including for...
[Video]Gold Field's Mbete 'bribe'
[Video]Gold Field's Mbete 'bribe'
Investigative journalist Craig McKune talks us through our Gold Fields story and the alleged bribe investigation that was hidden from the public.
Tanzania: Where 'something small' goes far
Tanzania: Where 'something small' goes far
You are admitted to the municipal hospital with your critically ill mother. No one cares about you, the queues are long, the doctors are busy...

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