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  • Africa: How to Keep Money Power Out of Elections [analysis]

    OSIWA

    Since the 1980s and early 90s the majority of African countries have held open, competitive and inclusive elections. This marks remarkable progress compared to the preceding... Read more »

  • South Africa: Public Protector Wins Top Integrity Award [press release]

    PR Newswire

    Transparency International today proudly announces that Thuli Madonsela of South Africa has been selected as the winner of the anti-corruption group's Integrity Award for 2014. Read more »

  • South Africa: S. African Official Who Investigated Zuma's $23M Home Upgrade Wins Anti-Graft Award

    Thomson Reuters Foundation

    South Africa's top anti-graft official who investigated a $23 million state-funded security upgrade to President Jacob Zuma's private home was recognised on Friday with an award... Read more »

  • Kenya: Roads Chief Denies Scam

    The Star

    Roads executive Stephen Nendela yesterday appeared before the county assembly's Public Accounts Committee. Read more »

  • Kenya: EACC Wants 10 Charged Over Anglo Leasing

    The Star

    THE Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission has recommended the assets freeze and prosecution of at least 10 people who are believed to be the architects of the Sh56 billion Anglo... Read more »

  • Kenya: Tobiko Appoints Team to Probe Anglo Leasing Files

    Capital FM

    The Director of Public Prosecutions Keriako Tobiko on Friday formed an internal team to review five inquiry files submitted to him by the Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission over... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Don Says Strong Political Will Can Minimise Corruption in Nigeria

    Guardian

    DR MUSA Ibori of the Department of Political Science, University of Abuja, says it is possible to minimise or eradicate corruption in the country if there is a strong political... Read more »

  • Nigeria: 'Jealousy, Corruption Killing Eagles'

    Guardian

    THE recent decline in the performance of the Super Eagles may not entirely be the fault of Coach Stephen Keshi, according to AFricanFootball.com. Read more »

  • South Africa: Public Servants Urged to Expose Corruption

    SAnews.gov.za

    Public Service and Administration Minister Collins Chabane has called on public servants to expose corruption and continue to serve people with dedication. Read more »



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