Is Africa Making Progress in Tackling Corruption?
Twelve African countries are ranked among the 75 least corrupt nations in the world, in a survey that measures perceptions of public sector graft.
allAfrica.com, 6 December 2012
Twelve African countries are ranked among the 75 least corrupt nations in the world, according to the 2012 index published Wednesday by Transparency International. read more »
Corruption dogs Nigeria's petroleum sector.
Sudan Tribune, 5 December 2012
Sudan's ranking on corruption perception index is only better than Afghanistan, North Korea and Somalia in 2012, according to a report released today by an anti-corruption ... read more »
Leadership, 6 December 2012
Despite federal government's efforts at curbing corruption in the country, Nigeria is the world's 35th most corrupt country according to the 2012 report of the global corruption ... read more »
The Times of Zambia, 6 December 2012
THE 2012 Corruption Perception Index (CPI) has revealed that Zambia is making progress in the fight against corruption. read more »
Daily Trust, 6 December 2012
Nigeria has been rated the second most corrupt country in West Africa and the 35th most corrupt in the world. read more »
Tunis Afrique Presse, 5 December 2012
A national anti-corruption strategy will be submitted to the general public, next Sunday December 9, date of the International Anti-Corruption Day, adviser to the Minister in ... read more »
This Day, 5 December 2012
Against the back drop of the current report by Transparency International that Nigeria ranks 37th on the global corruption index, the federal government has appealed to the media ... read more »
Leadership, 5 December 2012
The Nigeria Economic Summit Group in Abuja on Wednesday described the latest Transparency International (TI) index report on Nigeria as 'a wakeup call' to the fight against ... read more »
The latest Transparency International index on corruption ranks Liberia 16 points higher than in 2011. Liberia scored 41 points out of 100, up from 32 points in 2011 and is now ... Read more »