Corruption

Part III: Kenya’s Kes 5 billion legitimate gamble

In this third and final instalment of a riveting series by Kenyan investigative journalist Otiato Guyuyu, we delve deeper...

Part I: Hot forex, my kind of gamble

In the first instalment of this eye-opening series, we delve into the murky world of online forex trading in...

Why Words Matter: The Power of Language in the Fight Against Corruption

By Brenda Guchu In her acceptance speech for the Nobel Prize in Literature 30 years ago, the author Toni...

The Need for Enhanced Whistleblower Programs in the War Against Corruption

By John Kamau As the world commemorates International Fraud Awareness Week this week, it is important to take note...

Why Mnangagwa’s USD 40,000 house loan for Zimbabwe MPs was a bribe

Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa in his last act of the 2022 financial year bribed MPs with US$40, 000 in...

Corruption in Ghana; moving from bad to worse

In Ghana, corruption has spread like endemic cancer, endangering future generations and the nation. According to a 2018 warning...

Can Corruption and Development Co-Exist?

By John Kamau While recently discussing the corruption in Kenya with a friend, they pointed out we may be...

The fight against corruption: lessons from Kenya and Zambia

By John Kamau and Andre Chibuye In 2018, a Zambian parliamentary delegation visited Kenya to learn how to effectively...

The Struggle For The Soul Of Nigeria: In Search of The Next President

By Immanuel Obeng-Akrofi As Africa’s most populous country, the largest economy and a notable democracy, Nigeria is described as...

MEMO TO OUR MISLEADERS: TANZANIA’S PUBLIC DEBT WILL SOON BEGIN TO BITE

By Dr Bravious Kahyoza IT is Abba Eban (1915-2002), an Israel diplomat and politician, who said, “men and nations...

Time for the US to rethink the sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe?

By Paidamoyo Muzulu Zimbabwe will reach two decades under United States economic sanctions in December this year. The sanctions...

Covid-19 in Côte d’Ivoire: Is The Closure Of Land Borders Still In Order?

Maria de Dieu Just like Côte d’Ivoire, many African countries have maintained the closure of land borders as one...

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