The majority of South Africans who are asked for a bribe will pay it according to reports from the Daily Maverick’s Business Against Corruption event on Thursday. 65% percent of South Africans who are asked for a bribe, pay it according to the Citizens’ Bribery Survey of 2017 conducted by[…]
Embattled Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille has confirmed that her party has laid a criminal complaint with the police over allegations that she had solicited a R5 million bribe from Johannesburg businessman Anthony Faul. In a statement on Wednesday, De Lille said her lawyers had an opportunity to respond[…]
A 33-year-old man, who pretended to be a National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) official, was arrested on Friday after he received cash in exchange for services which allegedly included having Paralympian Oscar Pistorius’ murder case destroyed. The Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (Hawks) said the man was arrested in Pretoria soon[…]
The position of Fifa’s powerful secretary general, Jérôme Valcke, is likely to come under intense pressure after new evidence emerged that showed he was aware of a $10m payment from South African officials to Jack Warner described by US investigators as a bribe. The revelation will also put the embattled[…]
Ongoing media speculation about government paying a bribe to host the 2010 Soccer World Cup played into the hands of those seeking to tarnish South Africa’s good name, Sports Minister Fikile Mbabula said on Sunday. In a statement, Mbalula said: “We reject these falsehoods with the contempt they deserve. As[…]
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