26th February 2016
Abuja—The Federal Government said yesterday that it will muster the needed political will to enforce the Freedom of Information Act and other instruments to help in the fight against corruption in the country. Read More
26th February 2016
KenolKobil Ltd., Kenya’s biggest fuel retailer by market value, will use proceeds from the sale of its Tanzanian and Congolese operations to reduce financing costs after exiting regions its managing director said were rife with tax evasion. Read More
25th February 2016
The two Mozambicans who allegedly tried to smuggle more than R76 million in cash into South Africa are expected to appear in the Barberton Magistrate’s Court in Mpumalanga on Thursday. Read More
25th February 2016
Abuja - A Federal High Court will on March 9, 2016 decide the fate of the National Publicity Secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Olisa Metuh. Read More
25th February 2016
A Jersey registered company has pleaded guilty to four counts of money laundering in a case involving a corrupt Kenyan public official who hid millions of pounds in the Island. Read More
23rd February 2016
Port Elizabeth – Portia “Pankie” Sizani, wife of the African National Congress (ANC) chief whip in Parliament, was found not guilty on five of the 15 counts of money laundering against her in the Port Elizabeth Commercial Crimes court on Tuesday. Read More
23rd February 2016
Luanda — The Banco Nacional de Angola (BNA) has been freed from the global money laundering and terrorism financing monitoring process. Read More
22nd February 2016
Algiers — The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) hailed the significant progress made by Algeria in improving its fight against money laundering and the financing of terrorism, said Saturday the Ministry of Finance in a statement. Read More
22nd February 2016
LUANDA – An international money laundering watchdog has removed Angola from its blacklist of nations that fail to meet international standards, the Angolan central bank said on Saturday. Read More
19th February 2016
Companies whose dealings with the National Youth Service are under investigation have a tax bill which could run to Sh1.2 billion. The Kenya Revenue Authority has been drafted into a government task force investigating the NYS scandal, effectively taking over from the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission… Read More