Botswana's the official co-host at Germany's ITB tourism trade fair in Berlin. How has it found peace and prosperity unlike others on the continent?
The lawyers accuse the Angolan president of nepotism and violating Angolan probity law
Anti-corruption declarations won’t rid world of the age-old scourge, but states can do a lot to help
Real estate is one of the easiest ways to launder ill-gotten wealth. More than 100,000 properties in England and Wales are owned by foreign companies
British PM tells Queen London summit will host the`fantastically corrupt', says Nigeria among the worst
Buhari writes that corruption became a "way of life" under "supposedly accountable democratic governments"
Nigeria says $15 billion stolen in security scams by Jonathan govt, three times more than earlier estimates
The looted amount “is more than half of the current foreign reserves" of Africa's largest economy
We've been measuring theft all wrong, African experts say — what it has to do with leaked 'Panama Papers'
Continent should shift from popular perception indices, to also look at corruption in the private sector - and help develop plans to fight it
Nigeria's Buhari comes up against 'the Goodluck Jonathan alibi'—it could see high-profile suspects walk scot free
A deal that ensured Nigeria's historic election went through is coming back to bite the new regime's anti-corruption drive.
Billions of shillings have spent on schools, water projects and an electricity over the past three months - money that wasn’t previously available
Big may be back in vogue, according to Transparency International's 2015 list, which for the continent is a bag of surprises.
“[SA] getting to the point of the ‘West African facilitation fee’ approach, where people always need a facilitation fee to get a tender through”.
His whistle-blower story became the basis of Michela Wrong's 2009 book "It's Our Turn to Eat".
Buhari disbands Nigerian oil board in corruption drive; former central bank chief said it lost $20 billion
A PricewaterhouseCoopers report in April said the company needed to refund as much as $4.29 billion.
Ministers, several state bigwigs named in Kenya 'war against corruption' step aside; scores others targeted
Kenya ranks 145 out of 177 nations on Berlin-based Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index 2014 that measures perceived graft.
Startling facts about Africa from the 2014 Corruption Index: Islands really are idyllic, small is beautiful, and not all dictators are lousy managers
Some strongmen actually do have a clue, while some countries are good at grumbling even when they have little need to, new graft survey shows.
Botswana, Cape Verde ranked least corrupt in Africa but new report makes uncomfortable reading for continent
The 2014 Transparency International graft index has been released, and surprises in both the winners and laggards categories.
Some countries will surprise you with what keeps them up at night-and what doesn't.