The negotiation of a plea bargain with Tanzania’s public prosecutor led to the immediate release of six Vietnamese execs who had been imprisoned for nine months.
Why do Tanzanian telco execs keep being imprisoned? President Magufuli has forced the telecoms regulator to ignore its conventional powers and focus on hurting individuals instead.
In the first part of this three-part serialization, the former Head of RAFM at Vodacom Tanzania recounts the day when he and his colleagues were falsely accused of a conspiracy.
Ghana’s government rejected claims that corruption was behind the appointment of KelniGVG as their national RA auditors.
Ukrainian business Sciforce believes machine learning has the potential to identify anomalies in unstructured data which are indicative of corrupt transactions.
Telco group Orange and logistics firm Agility owned 44% of Iraqi operator Korek until their shareholding was seized.
The US Department of Justice has detailed some of the eye-watering amounts spent on bribes to win contracts from governments and telcos in China, Indonesia, Vietnam, Djibouti and Kuwait.
Take a look at the slides for Joseph Nderitu’s powerful keynote lecture at RAG Johannesburg 2019 and ask yourself how you would respond to being the victim of a miscarriage of justice.
The leading network vendor believes they have violated US anti-corruption laws and will need to pay USD1bn in fines as punishment for how their staff did business in six countries.
Heartfelt appreciation for a community that spoke up when one of their own was wrongly detained.