Panama Papers Probe Exposes New Secret Deals Across Africa
International journalists' networks investigating the use of offshore bank accounts which enable wealthy clients to reduce the level of scrutiny of their dealings have published new revelations about businessmen in Nigeria, Kenya, Namibia, Egypt and Algeria.
allAfrica, 3 August 2016
International journalists' networks investigating the use of offshore bank accounts which enable wealthy clients to reduce the level of scrutiny of their dealings have published… Read more »
Premium Times, 25 July 2016
In September 2015, Beyoncé sat on a yacht drinking sparkling wine with her legs wrapped under a striped, earth-toned blanket as the Faraglioni rocks, near Capri on Italy's… Read more »
Nation, 25 July 2016
A company that was contracted to repair military equipment in Kenya was registered in a tax haven and had opened an offshore account explicitly to avoid paying tax. Read more »
Namibia: Arms Dealers Named in Panama Papers
Namibian, 25 July 2016
TWO Namibian arms dealers are among the people named as clients of Mossack Fonseca, a shamed Panama law firm which has helped the rich hide money in secretive countries and… Read more »
Aswat Masriya, 25 July 2016
The family of Egyptian business tycoon Salah Diab used a corporate network made of Egyptian and offshore companies to sign agreements and strike deals with the Egyptian government,… Read more »
The Panama Papers website.