China hunts for 'manipulators' as stocks tumble

2015-07-03 13:10

Chinese stocks have tumbled again, taking the week's losses to more than 10%, as the securities regulator is investigating suspected market manipulation.

Soccer official quits amid corruption probe

2015-06-30 21:00

The general secretary of the Romanian football federation has resigned after he was charged with corruption.

Another delay in John Block fraud case

2015-06-24 11:49

Judgment in the trial of ANC Northern Cape provincial chairperson John Block and two others on fraud, corruption and money laundering charges, has been postponed until October.

Zimbabwe youth feel corruption's sting

2015-06-21 14:19

More than half of the youth in Zimbabwe have been asked to pay a bribe for public services and the feel powerless, according to a study.

‘I am not taking the ANC’s cash’

2015-06-15 06:00

The chairperson of Parliament’s finance watchdog is being accused of accepting cash from the ANC in return for leniency towards the party’s administration.

More municipalities dishing out tenders to officials, families

2015-06-07 17:47

Despite laws forbidding public servants from doing business with the state, 290 municipalities awarded tenders to insiders in 2013/14

Root out corruption in government, pleads Motlanthe

2015-06-07 12:25

Corruption carried out by those in government must be rooted out, former president Kgalema Motlanthe says.

Motsepe: Africa must shake off corruption, xenophobia

2015-06-04 13:28

What matters is not what politicians say about Africa, but what investors say as they call the economic shots, warns mining magnate Patrice Motsepe.

Whistleblower disciplined by ANC again

2015-06-02 16:12

A whistleblower in the Harry Gwala District Municipality will be hauled before an ANC disciplinary committee again for lifting the lid on what he described as “the looting of public funds”.

China investigates second healthcare official

2015-05-29 09:05

China has launched an investigation into a top official who oversees the country's medical devices sector, the second healthcare official to be probed this week.


Public funds and sticky fingers

2015-07-03 07:45

Graft can do greater damage to a country’s economy than its worst enemies, warns Mzwandile Jacks.

Foreign firms bribing Petrobras left out of cartel

2015-06-25 12:45

Brazilian federal police are investigating foreign companies that may have paid bribes to obtain contracts with state-run oil firm Petrobras.

NEWSPAPERS: Daycare fire, Senzo Meyiwa and ANC bribes

On today's newspaper front pages: two young children die in a fire, Senzo Meyiwa's family struggle financially and the ANC is caught in a bribe scandal.

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Government in denial about corruption - Alliance

2015-06-16 14:52

President Jacob Zuma's laughing off the furore over his Nkandla homestead is one many signs the government is in denial about corruption, an alliance of unions and organisations says.

Lamoer case postponed

2015-06-12 10:38

The case against suspended provincial police commissioner Arno Lamoer and five others will now be heard in the Western Cape High Court.

Former commissioner admits to corruption, receiving kickbacks

2015-06-07 16:08

Former deputy national police commissioner Lieutenant General Hamilton Hlela has pleaded guilty to corruption and receiving kickbacks – two Durban holidays for him and his wife, and school and university fees for his two sons.

SA needs a miracle to escape FIFA bribe claims - Holomisa

2015-06-05 10:00

UDM leader Bantu Holomisa says he is not convinced at all by the government's explanation to an allegation that it bribed FIFA with $10m to secure the 2010 Soccer World Cup.

Zuma: Taxpayers don't deserve to fund corruption

2015-06-04 12:30

Taxpayers don’t deserve their money to be used for corrupt purposes, President Jacob Zuma has told the World Economic Forum on Africa in Cape Town.

KZN cabinet to decide on release of corruption report

2015-05-29 11:57

A report into allegations of corruption and mismanagement levelled against the former head of the KwaZulu-Natal health department will only be made public once it has been presented to the provincial cabinet.

Jordaan mum on FIFA scandal

2015-05-28 15:08

Newly sworn-in Nelson Mandela Bay executive mayor Danny Jordaan has refused to comment on corruption allegations relating to the 2010 World Cup, or how this would impact on his position as mayor.

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