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A British court sentenced the former governor of a Nigerian oil state to 13 years in prison on Tuesday after he pleaded guilty to embezzling 50 million pounds ($79 million) in one of the biggest money-laundering cases seen in Britain.
South Africa's government has announced it is reopening an inquiry into a 1999 arms deal that has been surrounded with corruption allegations
A public policy think tank, the Danquah Institute has alleged that a lot of shops in Ghana are mere fronts for money laundering and illegal money transfers between Ghana and countries such as the UK, Germany and the Netherlands which are the three main channels of remittances into Ghana
British electronic waste is being exported to poor African nations where it threatens the environment and human health, reveals joint Panorama and EIA investigation
Britain’s recycling industry is being exploited by criminal gangs that have illegally shipped large quantities of toxic material to developing countries, prosecutors will claim at a series of court cases in the pipeline
Five leading UK banks failed to adequately check funds they accepted from politicians accused of graft, watchdog says