21st July 2016
Austria’s Justice Ministry is expected to announce corruption charges against the country’s former Finance Minister Karl-Heinz Grasser later today following a seven year investigation. Read More
21st July 2016
A Dutch court has ordered the confiscation of 123 million euros ($135 million) in assets from a Dutch-based company that prosecutors alleged was used by two telecoms companies to bribe Gulnara Karimova, the elder daughter of Uzbekistan’s president, to secure local operating licenses. The Amsterdam court said in a ruling… Read More
20th July 2016
Former Western Australian premier says he is considering legal action as court ruling throws convictions by state’s anti-corruption body into doubt Read More
20th July 2016
Romania’s anticorruption prosecutors sent to trial Craiova’s mayor Lia Olguta Vasilescu. They charged her with bribery, using authority to extort money, and money laundering. Radu Cosmin Preda, the former public administrator of Craiova, was indicted in the same case for complicity to bribery and abetting money laundering whereas Elena Daniela… Read More
20th July 2016
The International Monetary Fund has criticised efforts by government to reform the economy. Read More
20th July 2016
The UK Serious Fraud Office said Tuesday it is “conducting a criminal investigation into the activities of Unaoil, its officers, its employees and its agents in connection with suspected offenses of bribery, corruption and money laundering.” A report in late March by Fairfax Media and the Huffington Post said Monaco-based… Read More
19th July 2016
Dozens of bribe cases come up in last several weeks Read More
19th July 2016
Mexico’s chief anti-corruption official, who last year exonerated President Enrique Pena Nieto of conflict-of-interest allegations, resigned on Monday, just hours before new graft-fighting legislation comes into effect. Virgilio Andrade, head of the Public Administration Ministry (SFP), the government’s main anti-corruption auditor, was appointed by Pena Nieto in 2015. He was… Read More
18th July 2016
Zimbabwe’s former vice president Joice Mujuru has accused President Robert Mugabe of being the main driver of corruption in the country, adding that he should account for the missing $15bn in diamond revenue, a report has said. According to New Zimbabwe, Mujuru claimed that Mugabe, together with former mines minister Obert Mpofu, were… Read More
18th July 2016
The new managing director explained that she will run an open-door policy that entails listening to customers, importers, exporters and other agencies working at the ports to deliver world-class services. Read More