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Medical regulator suspends 5 execs for alleged corruption

South Africa’s CMS (Council for Medical Schemes) recently announced the suspension of 5 senior officials, following allegations of corruption and… Read More »

EOH files criminal charges against corrupt employees

Under-fire tech services company EOH will lay criminal charges against employees involved in corruption. In a statement issued on 10-Oct-2019,… Read More »

U.S. sanction law targets Gupta network

It’s been a great week for the fight against corruption. The Gupta network of shady deals has been dealt a… Read More »

Drexel University professor spent federal grants at strip clubs

A former Drexel University professor allegedly spent almost $200,000 of federal research money on strip clubs and other personal expenses,… Read More »

Call for forensic investigation into farmworker equity schemes

When Jolande Smith and 240 other farmworkers became shareholders in the Langwyde Werknemers Trust 10 years ago, they were led… Read More »

VBS theft, money laundering & life’s little luxuries: Julius Malema’s time of spending dangerously

The lifestyle and political aspirations of EFF president Julius Malema were also funded from the R16m robbed from VBS Mutual… Read More »

Regiments Capital ‘stole’ R349m from pensioners in 4 days

Regiments Capital has agreed to an astounding R500m settlement with the Transnet Second Defined Benefit Fund (TSDBF). Regiments, a financial… Read More »

A R1.2bn pot of toxic soup at EOH

Eight people. That’s all. Eight people out of EOH’s staff of 11,500 put the entire company in jeopardy through a… Read More »

Forensic probe uncovers R1.2bn in suspicious transactions at EOH

According to an update today, law firm ENSafrica found evidence of and is investigating R1.2bn in suspicious transactions at ICT… Read More »

This is a WhatsApp whistleblowing message. I don’t know how else to do it

In 2016, out of desperation while on a pilgrimage in France, former South African Airways (SAA) treasurer Cynthia Stimpel sent… Read More »

Can we ever get rid of corruption worldwide?

Ask citizens why their countries aren’t developing, ask investors why they choose not to invest in some regions, and corruption… Read More »

Protect yourself against white-collar crime

Thanks to research from GIBS (the Gordon Institute of Business Science, South Africa), companies can use the insights of convicted… Read More »

Telling the truth: dangerous but vital

Looking at the recent protests in South Africa around the launch of Pieter-Louis Myburgh’s book Gangster State, one thing is… Read More »