15th July 2016
Military procurement deals during the Boko Haram insurgency were "tainted" by corruption, a statement from the Nigerian government on its investigation into misspent security funds said. Read More
15th July 2016
Moqtada al-Sadr's address called for the firing of corrupt Iraqi government officials. Read More
14th July 2016
Earlier this week Spotify employees spoke out anonymously to reveal internal issues within the company. Even though Sweden is the third least corrupt nation in the world according to Transparency International’s annual Corruption Perceptions Index, such stories are far from unheard of. The Panama Papers scandal caught at least one… Read More
14th July 2016
£ – The U.K. Serious Fraud Office on Wednesday charged logistics and freight operations company F.H. Bertling Ltd. and seven company executives and former executives with corruption related to alleged bribery payments to Angola’s state oil company. In a statement, the SFO said the company and its executives “conspired together… Read More
13th July 2016
Accusations against Sascoc president related to social grants result in urgent meeting Read More
13th July 2016
Jailed Hong Kong property billionaire Thomas Kwok Ping-Kwong was released on a 10 million Hong Kong dollars ($1.3 million) bail on Tuesday pending a final appeal against his conviction on bribery charges. Following Hong Kong’s highest-profile corruption cases, Kwok, former co-chairman of developer Sun Hung Kai Properties, was jailed in… Read More
13th July 2016
Johnson Controls Inc. will pay $14.4 million to the U.S. government after reaching a settlement in an investigation into bribes made to Chinese officials to boost one of its business units. Glendale-based Johnson Controls (NYSE: JCI) blew the whistle on itself in June 2013, opening up a Foreign… Read More
13th July 2016
Ukraine is worried that Brexit will affect its relations with the EU, since the United Kingdom was one of the countries most inclined to a tough attitude towards Russia. EU Neighbourhood and Enlargement Commissioner Johannes Hahn went to Kiev (Monday and Tuesday) to reassure about EU’s commitment to help Ukraine and to announce that the… Read More
12th July 2016
Johnson Controls Inc (JCI.N) agreed to pay $14.4 million to settle U.S. regulatory charges that its workers bribed Chinese shipbuilders and shipyards, including some owned by the Chinese government, to win business and enrich themselves. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday said… Read More
12th July 2016
The eldest son of Sri Lanka’s former president was arrested on a money laundering charge yesterday, days after being named shadow foreign minister. Namal Rajapakse was remanded into custody for accepting more than $500,000 from an Indian company, police told a Colombo judge. Colombo Fort Magistrate ordered Rajapakse,… Read More