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South African anti-corruption watchdog probes COVID-19 tenders

South Africa’s anti-corruption watchdog said on Monday it was investigating irregularities in government tenders during the coronavirus crisis. The inquiries by the Public Protector come...

International Anti-Corruption Day

South Africa is no stranger to the murky world of bribery, corruption and graft, so much so the country has a presidentially appointed Commission...

Nigerian judges probed as part of anti-corruption drive

Raids targeting senior Nigerian judges carried out by the country's security agency were part of an anti-corruption drive and were not an...

South Africa not present at Interpol corruption conference and workshop

Eighteen African countries, excluding South Africa, were represented at an Interpol workshop focussing on combatting corruption in Nairobi earlier this month. Countries present...

2012 marks important milestone for Thales’s CSR and anticorruption policies

Thales, global leader in aerospace, defence and security, has seen its efforts to foster a strong ethical corporate culture, rewarded across 2012,...

African leader’s son tests U.S. anti-corruption push

The wealthy son of Equatorial Guinea's president squared off this week against the U.S. government in a legal battle over efforts to...

South Sudan replaces anti-corruption chief

South Sudan appointed a senior judge to head its anti-corruption commission at the weekend, in a possible bid to revitalise the organisation...

Egypt to ratify anti-corruption law in days – minister

Egypt's ruling generals will ratify within days a law barring anyone found guilty of corruption from political life, a senior minister said...

Anti-corruption drive has US companies sweating

US companies, already sweating under heightened enforcement of anti-corruption laws at home, are nervously reviewing their policies on how they wine and...