(July 14, 2002) The transnational corporations which corrupt the Western leaders are the same ones which dominate Third World economies.
(July 11, 2002) The multinational firms recently fingered for corrupt practices in the United States may be practising similar operations on a larger scale in developing countries, say long-time corporate watchdogs.
(July 9, 2002) TI launches first guide to confronting corruption adapted to context of Francophone Africa of the leading anti-corruption reference work, the TI Source Book, to the socio-political and legislative environment of the region.
(July 9, 2002) Lusaka principal resident magistrate yesterday ordered Chiluba to attend court on Friday at 10:00 hours.
(July 9, 2002) Copperbelt University (CBU) students yesterday staged a one day class boycott demanding former president Frederick Chiluba’s arrest.
(July 9, 2002) Corruption cannot be defeated without a depersonalised and principled revolutionary war waged in our lives, work situations and governance engagements.
(July 1, 2002) Until recently, Europeans could pay off foreign officials and write it off as a tax deduction. Now they’re joining a rich-nation front with high hopes of rolling back the global culture of corruption.
(June 13, 2002) All over the world, countries that should be rich remain poor. Though blessed with valuable minerals such as oil, diamonds and gold, the ordinary people are mired in poverty while corrupt officials prosper.
(June 6, 2002) The thing about corruption that really sticks in one’s throat is the arrogant self-righteousness of those, convicted of corrupt activity, who unashamedly deny they have engaged in criminal conduct.
(May 24, 2002) Punishing these companies’ agents instead of the companies themselves is a scandalously weak approach to combating corruption on its projects.
(May 1, 2002) A story of a north-south partnership against corruption.
(April 23, 2002) A news team that nearly brought down India’s government last year with an explosive expose of corruption in politics is now itself on the verge of collapse.
(February 1, 2002) Memorandum of expert: Lesotho Highlands Water Project, Corruption Case, Expert Testimony.
(November 14, 2001) Freezing assets here is easy. All it takes is a banker’s suspicion of a client’s ill-gotten gain and a quick call to the federal money-laundering office, and it’s done. Thawing out assets, though, can be an entirely different story.
(August 15, 2001) Kenya’s opposition defeated an anticorruption bill yesterday that had been demanded by international donors, saying it was full of loopholes and did not go far enough.