April 15



April 14

  • South African President Pressured By Corruption Report

    VOA

    The corruption allegations surrounding South African President Jacob Zuma have prompted the National Assembly to take action. Read more »

  • Greed, Corruption in Liberia - All the Way to the Top

    FrontPageAfrica

    On a day commemorating Fast and Prayer day in Liberia, a prelate says corruption has eaten up the Liberian society, becoming the daily bread why greed and selfishness are leading... Read more »

  • Nigeria, Other African States Seek World Bank's Assistance On Illicit Financial Flows

    This Day

    Nigeria and other African countries have asked the Bretton Woods institutions, the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), to help them arrest the intractable problem... Read more »

  • Nkomeshya Denies Involvement in Corrupt Mining Deal

    Zambia Reports

    Chieftainess Nkomeshya Mukamambo of Chongwe is making efforts to clear her name after a multi-million kwacha corruption scandal involving her daughter and a Chinese mining company... Read more »

  • Graft Cases Withdrawals Worry State

    Times of Zambia

    GOVERNMENT has expressed concern at the number of corruption cases that are being withdrawn from the police which is not helping in the fight against the vice. Read more »

  • PUSETU Launch a Plot - Khaniri

    The Star

    VIHIGA Senator George Khaniri has accused Jubilee government of hatching schemes to weaken the country's labour movement to perpetuate corruption. Khaniri said the move will... Read more »

  • Mutua Blames Corrupt Cops for Road Crashes

    The Star

    Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua has blamed the fatal accidents in the county on corrupt traffic police officers who let motorists flout the rules in exchange for cash. Read more »

  • Corruption Hits Women the Most - Lobby Group

    New Zimbabwe

    A LOCAL women's rights lobby group has bemoaned the continued focus on high level corruption in the country by government and the media while forgetting the negative impact the... Read more »

  • Nigeria and the Corruption Malady [opinion]

    Vanguard

    GOING by the resources that the good Lord has blessed us with, Nigeria's natural place in the world order should be at the top. Regrettably, however, this divine destiny has been... Read more »

  • Fraud Trial of Atuche, Ojo Continues June 17

    Premium Times

    A Federal High Court in Lagos on Monday fixed June 17 to hear written addresses filed by counsel in the trial of Francis Atuche and Charles Ojo, charged with an alleged N125... Read more »

  • Corruption and Lack of Vigilance Bringing Rise to Insecurity

    The Star

    Corruption and lack of vigilance by some security personnel is causing a rise in insecurity. John cardinal Njue says illegal firearms have increased due to this and many criminals... Read more »



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April 12

  • Ben Ali's Organized Plunder

    Deutsche Welle

    The laws of Tunisia were tailored to suit the Ben Ali family, which siphoned off profits from the economy. A World Bank study shows how the ruler and his family enriched... Read more »

  • Mapfumo Was Right, After All

    The Herald

    In ghetto lingo they call it "kutonyora" while the proper Shona equivalent is "chioko muhomwe". But no matter how suitable, colourful and vivid the name might be, bribery is a... Read more »

  • Take Heed of Justice Chinhengo's Call

    The Herald

    Zimbabweans have been frustrated in recent months by the frightening level of corruption in State enterprises, parastatals and local authorities -- which comprise the bulk of the... Read more »



April 11

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