Many African countries lack appropriate transfer pricing laws, and if they do have, they may not have the resources to implement them.
Equatorial Guinea president's free-spending son faces French trial; could be a first for a high-ranking African official
Campaign groups say essential to 'end the culture of immunity in Africa of the biggest kleptocrats who seek only personal gain'.
Panel revises figures upwards, and the money is not leaving continent in plastic bags: Kinshasa, we have a problem
This list does have the usual suspects—but also others you wouldn’t think of immediately. More than 30% of Africa’s wealth could be held offshore
Either for privacy, security, or convenience, president's relatives, ministers and leading business people like to do business in offshore tax havens
The continent bled out about $1 trillion between 1980 and 2008; that's a lot of money that would have caused dramatic change at home if well spent.
Tax avoidance and bad CSR hurts the gender gap
Illicit financial flows: Digital pirates costing Africa big bucks, but mobile banking could surprisingly save the day
Fast-moving money and telecoms manipulations give authorities a tough ride, but help may come from unexpected quarters.