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Korruption & Misswirtschaft

Diese Medienberichte sollen deutlich machen, wie hemmungslos Herrschaftscliquen afrikanischer Länder sich am Vermögen ihrer Völker bereichern, und zugleich sollen sie auf das Versagen unserer Politiker hinweisen, auf diesen Skandal angemessen zu reagieren.
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15.10.2020
Angola

Angola’s anti-corruption crusade tide turns against João Lourenço

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07.10.2020
Südafrika

Korrupte ANC-Politiker verhaftet

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29.09.2020
Afrika

Afrikanische Staaten verlieren 89 Milliarden Dollar jährlich durch illegale Kapitalflucht

(mehr)

25.09.2020
Congo DRC

Illicit DRC gold: London Bullion Market must do more to stop it

(mehr)

24.09.2020
Kenya

Kenya officials accused of Covid-19 corruption

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16.09.2020
Mauretanie

Mauritanie, la saisie des fonds de l’ex Président Aziz

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16.09.2020
Afrika

Afrikas Schuldenlast drückt immer schwerer

(mehr)

08.09.2020
Afrika

Die große Abzocke bei Rüstungsdeals

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02.09.2020
South Africa

Coronavirus in South Africa: Misuse of Covid-19 funds 'frightening'

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23.08.2020
South Africa

Ramaphosa: ANC deeply implicated in corruption

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20.08.2020
Mauretanie

L’incroyable liste des détournements de l’ex Président Aziz

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14.08.2020
Angola

José Filomeno dos Santos: Son of Angola's ex-leader jailed for five years

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06.08.2020
Niger

How a Notorious Arms Dealer Hijacked Niger’s Budget and Bought Weapons From Russia

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04.08.2020
Südafrika

Die Korruptionsskandale des ANC

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29.07.2020
Afrika

Wie Corona und Korruption einander begünstigen

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27.07.2020
Südafrika

Korruptionsskandal um Coronahilfe erschüttert Südafrika

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27.07.2020
Congo

‘Ebola business’ concerns resurface as new Congo outbreak spreads

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20.07.2020
Deutschland

BMZ-Brief zu Korruption

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17.07.2020
NIgeria

Nigeria’s EFCC boss suspended from office following secret tribunal

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09.07.2020
Republic of Congo

THE CYCLE OF KLEPTOCRACY: A CONGOLESE STATE AFFAIR

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07.07.2020
RDC

Où sont passés les millions de la lutte contre le coronavirus?


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06.07.2020
RDC

Le lanceur d’alerte Claude Mianzuila détenu à Mbuji-Mayi

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04.07.2020
Nigeria

Instagram star flaunted lavish lifestyle but was actually conspiring to launder hundreds of millions of dollars, US prosecutors say

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04.07.2020
Kenia

Korruption untergräbt den Kampf gegen Covid-19

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24.06.2020
Niger

Affaire audit - Ministère de Défense Nationale

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23.06.2020
3rd World

We know more about fraud and abuse in aid. It’s time to stop it.

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21.06.2020
Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe anti-corruption body starts audit of the rich

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21.06.2020
Kongo

Harte Strafe für Kabinettschef im Kongo

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20.06.2020
Zimbabwe

Coronavirus: Zimbabwe health minister in court on corruption charges


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18.06.2020
Afrique

Ces jets privés qui transportent les Présidents africains malgré l’épidémie

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18.06.2020
Congo

How ‘Ebola business’ threatens aid operations in Congo

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11.06.2020
Congo

Congo aid scam triggers sector-wide alarm

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03.06.2020
Angola

Isabel dos Santos mobilises her last line of loyal supporters

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31.05.2020
weltweit

Wie Journalisten Korruption mit Corona-Geld aufdecken sollen

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28.05.2020
Cameroun

Les milliards distribués aux députés font polémique

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25.05.2020
Niger

76 milliards de fcfa détournés

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13.05.2020
NIgeria

Nigeria arrests Chinese over $250.000 cash bribe for corruption cover-up

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13.05.2020
Angola

Angola: On the Trail of Stolen Billions

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12.05.2020
R d Congo

Soupçon du détournement de près de 50 millions de dollars

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09.05.2020
Ethiopia

Ethiopia jails ex-minister for corruption

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09.05.2020
Soudan

La corruption sous l'Ex-Président Béchir dépasse l'imagination

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08.05.2020
Nigeria

Abacha's loot

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07.05.2020
Zimbabwe

ZACC Arrests Registrar General Over Tender Irregularities

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06.05.2020
Afrika

Missbrauch von Corona-Hilfen

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08.04.2020
Gabon

Disparition de 353 conteneurs de bois précieux saisis par la justice

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02.04.2020
Mali

Contrats d’armement surfacturés au Mali : des proches d’IBK dans le viseur de la justice

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18.03.2020
 Kenya

Study reveals scale of foreign aid diversion offshore

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03.03.2020
Niger

L’armée ébranlée par un scandale de détournements sur les commandes d’armements

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08.02.2020
Rép. du Congo

Denis Christel Sassou-Nguesso a été mis en examen par la justice française

(mehr)

23.01.2020
Subsaharan Africa

Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI)

Bleak picture of inaction against corruption


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22.01.2020
Elfenbeinküste

Eine Stadt wie ein Freilichtmuseum des Grössenwahnsinns

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20.01.2020
Angola

"Luanda Leaks"

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20.01.2020
Angola

Deutsches Geld für reichste Frau Afrikas

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16.01.2020
Angola

Africa’s top billionaire uses Malta shell companies to hold diamonds ‘conflict’

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19.12.2019
Guinée équatoriale

« Biens mal acquis » : les « facilitateurs » français dans le viseur de la justice

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17.12.2019
Angola

Angola recovers more than $5bn in stolen assets

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15.12.2019
Zimbabwe

L’épouse du vice-président arrêtée pour corruption


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09.12.2019
Angola

José Filomeno dos Santos: Son of Angola's ex-leader in 'extraordinary' trial

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14.11.2019
Swasiland

König von Swasiland kauft 19 Rolls-Royce und 120 BMW, während sein Volk hungert

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01.10.2019
Kenya

«Die Korruption ist gewissermassen in unserem Staatsbudget enthalten»

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23.09.2019
Simbabwe

Mugabes Witwe darf angehäufte Reichtümer behalten

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22.09.2019
Republik Kongo

Sassou-Nguessos Krokodillederschuhe

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17.08.2019
Afrika

Diäten

Gut gepolstert: Abgeordnete in Afrika


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14.08.2019
Ghana

A corruption scandal is in the news in Ghana again

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05.08.2019
Ghana

Lessons to be learnt from Ghana’s excess electricity shambles

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01.08.2019
Mali

« le système est infesté par la corruption »


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07.07.2019
Gabon

L’entreprise Santullo réclame un demi-milliard d’euros de factures impayés à l’État gabonais

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10.06.2019
Afrika

Der Griff in die Staatskasse

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08.06.2019
Äquatorialguinea

Ärger für Diktatorensohn Prinz Protz

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09.05.2019
Gabon

Disparition de 353 conteneurs de bois précieux

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24.04.2019
Ghana

Mahama’s Minister Bypassed Parliament In Reviewing $200m Housing Deal

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20.04.2019
Sudan

Sudan crisis: Cash hoard found at al-Bashir's home

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28.03.2019
Gambia

Jammeh ‘ran the country like an organised crime syndicate’

The Africa Report

By Khadija Sharife, and Mark Anderson

Gambia’s former President Yahya Jammeh orchestrated the embezzlement of nearly $1bn of public funds and illegal timber revenue during his 22-year rule, looting the treasury in a long-running conspiracy that crippled one of the world’s poorest countries.

While president of the West African state of 2 million, Jammeh frequently drove his black stretch Hummer from his official residence in Banjul, the capital, to a lavish private estate in his home village of Kanilai.

His route took him past the central bank, the social welfare office, and the headquarters of the state telecom company. These were some of the institutions Jammeh pillaged by elevating privileged civil servants to prominent positions and empowering a group of corrupt businessmen led by a key Hezbollah financier.

“He ran the country like an organised crime syndicate,” said Jeggan Grey-Johnson, a Gambian activist and communications officer at the African regional office of the Open Society Foundation (OSF), a pro-democracy and good governance organisation.

The Organised Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) analysed thousands of documents spanning more than two decades, from 1995 to 2016. They revealed how Jammeh’s patronage network diverted, misused, and siphoned public funds from or through the Central Bank of The Gambia, the Social Security and Housing Finance Corp., the Gambia National Petroleum Corp., and other state-owned entities.

“Jammeh was the worst of dictators, but because he ruled a nobody country, nobody cared,” Grey-Johnson said.

In total, Jammeh and his associates looted or misappropriated at least $975m. Among their biggest targets:

$363.9m from the state-run telecoms company;

$325.5m in illicit timber revenue;

more than $100m in foreign aid and soft loans from Taiwan;

$71.2m from the Central Bank of The Gambia;

$60m from the Social Security and Housing Finance Corp., which manages disability, housing, and pension payments; and

$55.2m from the state-run oil company.

His micromanagement of government affairs allowed him to exert “complete control” over Gambia, said Fatou Camara, who twice served as Jammeh’s press secretary between 2011 and 2013.

“Every minister would wait for him before they made decisions,” Camara said. “Everything had to wait for the Office of the President to agree.”

Jammeh’s human rights abuses and corruption went largely unchallenged by the international community because of his country’s small size and relative obscurity. A wave of violence across West Africa during his reign — in Côte d’Ivoire, Liberia and Sierra Leone — also helped him fly under the radar.

“The Gambia wasn’t even like a back-burner issue — it was a backwater issue,” said Cameron Hudson, a former West Africa analyst for the US Central Intelligence Agency.

In a climate of fear, and with the complicity of a powerful circle in and out of the government, Jammeh’s brazen corruption continued unchecked for more than two decades.

Merely questioning Jammeh’s often erratic rule could result in entire departments being seized. When a senior official at the state-run oil company questioned the president’s office on whether its income could be exempt from taxes, Jammeh responded by seizing control of the company’s bank accounts and diverting its funds for his use.

Number-one bank

Central banks are only supposed to regulate local banks, control currency in circulation and set interest rates. Typically, individuals cannot have accounts there. But Jammeh treated Gambia’s central bank as his personal slush fund.

Much of the time, the money he stole flowed electronically between domestic and foreign accounts. But sometimes the cash literally traded hands. Beneath the hum of air conditioning units in a loading bay on the central bank’s east side, presidential aides were known to shove suitcases stuffed with dollars, euros and other currencies into waiting vehicles, according to testimony received by Gambia’s own commission of inquiry. The official investigation, led by lawyer Surahata Janneh, has not yet released its final report.

During Jammeh’s rule, the central bank became heavily indebted. One of his government’s first acts in 1994 was to take out a secret $25m loan in the form of a bond. Decades of fraud, hidden debts in the form of bonds and account manipulation followed, draining the bank of its revenues. Almost 40% of the bank’s spending went toward interest payments on debts, according to OCCRP’s analysis.

The International Gateway Account: This account received revenues from Gambia’s state telecommunications operator, known as Gamtel. The practice of collecting such revenues, earned from long-distance telephone calls and internet services, occurs in every country. In Gambia, however, a disproportionate 82% went to private companies through secret contracts that bypassed the country’s regulatory body. About $363m disappeared this way.

The Special Vision Account: Once the International Gateway account was emptied, Jammeh turned to this account, also funded by Gamtel revenues and intended to finance his development plan for Gambia. From July 2014 until January 2017, Jammeh’s office diverted about $43m — with $35.7m taken as cash. Jammeh’s close business associates were among the beneficiaries. Other expenses included doctors’ salaries, a donation to fight the West African Ebola outbreak and funding for Jammeh’s personal charitable foundation. The last transaction occurred two days after Jammeh went into exile in 2017.

The State Aircraft Fund: This state travel fund was financed by donor aid from Qatar, tax revenues and other sources. Jammeh’s office withdrew cash from the account without stating any purpose and used it to purchase a luxury jet, buses and vehicles from a close associate.
The State Security Account: This account was set up by Jammeh’s office with no declared purpose. About $466,000, or 95% of its funds, were diverted from another account called the Consolidated Revenue Fund and used for cash withdrawals, entertainment, travel, payments to Jammeh’s favorite wife Zeinab and other expenses.

Mineral-related accounts: They collected royalty payments from private mining companies such as Carnegie, Sand Mining, Gamico, and Heavy Minerals. Though this money was intended for the Consolidated Revenue Fund, the payments fell under the control of the president’s office, which oversaw the use of $4.9m.

The Office of the First Lady: There is no such office in Gambia, but Jammeh created this account, filled it with public revenues and spent the entire $35,706.

The National Youth Development Fund: Dozens of scholarships were awarded to young African-American women who Jammeh brought to Gambia to compete in the 2007 Miss Black USA beauty pageant, which he hosted. The fund also paid for maintenance on Jammeh’s jet and other expenses. The source of the $4.5m that passed through the account is unknown.

The Green Industry Account: Although the central bank is not allowed to open accounts for private entities, an account named Green Industry – presumably after a private company of the same name – was created. The source of the funds, which were illegally transferred to the company’s account at Trust Bank, is unclear.

The Fish Landing Account: Funded by revenue from a 10% fee on fish caught by trawlers in Gambian waters, this account received multiple requests for withdrawals from Jammeh’s office.

Jammeh’s thirst for public money began soon after he captured power in 1994. In 1995, he recognised Taiwan’s independence from China in a strategic establishment of diplomatic ties also made by several other African countries. In doing so, he opened the door to some $100m in foreign aid.

Some of the world’s biggest banks – including Barclays, Citibank, HSBC Bank and Standard Chartered – approved transactions for what would turn out to be Jammeh’s seizure of state funds for his personal use.

In a statement to reporters, Citibank declined to comment on possible legal violations of standard anti-money laundering, due diligence and “know your customer” requirements as well as potential violations of US laws regarding banking secrecy, corrupt practices and even terrorism laws.

Standard Chartered declined to comment and Barclays declined to comment on the record. HSBC did not respond to requests for comment.

Violence, not governance

Jammeh’s favoured officials shared in his prosperity but were also vulnerable to his propensity for violence and punishment.

Many officials who fell out of favour found themselves incarcerated in the country’s notorious Mile 2 prison alongside journalists, political activists, human rights campaigners and those perceived to be gay or lesbian.

Jammeh was a 29-year-old lieutenant in Gambia’s National Army when he directed the bloodless coup that overthrew Dawda Jawara, ousting the country’s first president after nearly 30 years of rule.

The inner circle of corruption

By far the most influential businessman in Jammeh’s inner circle was Mohamed Bazzi, the Lebanese head of the energy and petroleum companies Global Trading Group and Euro African Group. According to the US Treasury Department, he was also a key financier for Hezbollah, the US-sanctioned militant group. For more than a decade, Bazzi appeared to be the architect of many Gambian government deals with the private sector.

“Bazzi has been implicated in almost every big deal connected to Jammeh,” said the OSF’s Grey-Johnson. “In many ways, he was Jammeh’s consigliere for Gambia’s economy and its private sector.”

Bazzi’s Euro African Group, which sourced fuel from French oil giant Total, had the ability to control fuel imports and prices as Gambia’s sole fuel importer. In return, it received a lucrative cut of the action: Euro African Group got $60m from the state oil company in just three transactions between 2015 and 2017, according to bank records.

Bazzi’s businesses were not Jammeh’s only money-making cabal. Nor was public money the only source of Jammeh’s wealth. During his rule, Gambia exported hundreds of millions of dollars worth of rosewood, an endangered timber not found in its own forests.

Jammeh’s partnership with two Romanians created a monopoly on timber exports that allowed them to grab control of the illegal rosewood trade, according to invoices and court records obtained by OCCRP.

From 2011, the country became a conduit of valuable wood to China, where a tonne of rosewood can be sold for as much as $25,000 and high demand can drive the price of a single carved bed frame to $1m.

Virtually all of Gambia’s exports of rosewood to China came from the forests of Senegal, according to Babacar Salif Gueye, Senegal’s former head of forest management. “All of these logs that Gambia re-exports are illegal,” he wrote in prepared remarks for a 2015 Chatham House meeting. “Ninety-nine percent of all rosewood logs exported to China originate from Senegalese forests, not Gambian.”

Gambia produces little valuable timber, according to the United Nations (UN) Food and Agriculture Organisation. Just 3% of the country is densely forested, and much of the wood is “crooked, twisted or otherwise damaged,” the UN body said.

But Jammeh only had to look to the Casamance region of neighbouring Senegal to find vast reserves of the valuable wood. The region is home to the Jola ethnic group, of which Jammeh is a member, and the foermer president has strong ties to the region.

The rosewood made its way out of Casamance and into Gambia. From there, it was exported to China, even though Senegalese law prohibits rosewood logging and the trade is closely scrutinised by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora.

Along with Jammeh, Senegal’s main rebel group, the Movement of Democratic Forces of Casamance, benefited from the rosewood trade, causing Dakar to classify rosewood as “conflict timber.” The rebel group is estimated to have earned $19.5m from the illicit timber trade between 2010 and 2014, according to a report by US environmental charity Forest Trends.

Stealing the future

When Jammeh wanted another private jet in 2012, he turned to his country’s pension fund. The fund’s then managing director, Abdoulie Cham, quickly set up a $4.5m credit line for the purchase of a private plane, according to documents reviewed by OCCRP. Cham agreed with Jammeh’s office to complete the transaction using a commercial bank, which would allow “the extreme confidentiality” the president’s office required.

It wasn’t the first seizure of money from one of the few safety nets Gambians have for their futures, nor would it be the last. Gambia’s pensioners have paid the highest price for Jammeh’s looting.

“All my life I have worked for my government, for my country,” said Abubacarr Dem, 79, a retired civil servant who told reporters his career spanned 40 years and four ministries. “I had hoped to live from my social security benefits, but what I am paid at the end of the month is nothing,” he said. “I get 900 dalasis ($25) every month. That is not enough to even buy a bag of rice.”

21.03.2019
South Sudan

South Sudan spends millions on cars, homes instead of peace

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05.03.2019
Liberia

Ex-Liberian president's son charged over missing money scandal

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05.02.2019
Südafrika

Erschreckende Einblicke in die Korruption in Südafrika

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01.02.2019
Nigeria

Nigeria: 22 millions de barils de pétrole volés en six mois

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29.01.2019
Mosambik

Wenn 500 Millionen Dollar einfach verschwinden

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28.01.2019
Liberia

Protesters ask George Weah about missing millions

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11.12.2018
Mozambique

Mozambique busts '30,000 ghost workers'

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05.12.2018
Uganda

Korruption und Flüchtlingshilfe

(mehr)

26.11.2018
Nigeria

Nigeria could lose $6bn from 'corrupt' oil deal linked to fraud

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25.10.2018
Kamerun

Eine Villa als Lohn der Lüge

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15.10.2018
Südafrika

In Südafrika plündern Manager und Politiker die VBS Bank aus / 130 Millionen Euro Schaden.

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26.09.2018
Angola

L'arrestation du fils de dos Santos

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20.09.2018
Liberia

100 Millionen Dollar verschwunden

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18.09.2018
Zambia

UK suspends funding over corruption fears

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25.08.2018
Mosambik

Die Pleitegeier aus Maputo

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14.08.2018
Cameroon

Cameroon Calls on Mercury for Media Relations Work

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26.07.2018
Süd-Sudan

South Sudan spends $16m on cars for MPs

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11.06.2018
Kenya

National Youth Service scam

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26.05.2018
Westafrika

West Africa Leaks: Westafrikas verschwundene Steuergelder

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19.05.2018
NIgeria

Rückführung von veruntreutem Staatsvermögen

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04.04.2018
Niger

Un échangeur pour 42,5 milliards FCFA (= 64 Mio. Euro)

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24.03.2018
Zimbabwe

Police investigate former first lady Grace Mugabe

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18.02.2018
Cameroon

Cameroon’s president, Paul Biya, likes to travel abroad.

(mehr)

12.11.2017
Afrika

Paradise Papers

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05.11.2017
Afrika

Rotes Kreuz in Afrika veruntreut sechs Millionen Dollar

(mehr)

27.10.2017
Guinée équatoriale

Teodorín Obiang condamné à trois ans de prison

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27.10.2017
Equatorial Guinea

President Obiang's son given suspended sentence in French trial


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25.10.2017
Afrika

Plündern als Prinzip

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17.10.2017
Afrika

Panama Papers

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27.09.2017
Afrika

Abgeordneten-Gehälter – Berlin bescheidener als Afrika

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17.09.2017
Kenya

le juge David Maraga retourne 5 millions de dollars

(mehr)

12.09.2017
Sénégal

Président nomme son frère Aliou à la tête de la Caisse des dépôts

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28.08.2017
Nigeria

Nigeria seizes N7.6b from Diezani Alison-Madueke

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26.08.2017
Guinea

Illegale Zahlungen an Guineas Militärjunta

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19.08.2017
Angola

Angola – im Reich einer Clique

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14.08.2017
Kenia

Portrait Uhuru Kenyatta

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21.07.2017
Republic of Congo

$750 million in mining revenues fails to reach treasury

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27.06.2017
Nigeria

'mystery man' Kolawole 'Kola' Aluko

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27.06.2017
Angola

le parachute doré du président José Eduardo dos Santos


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27.06.2017
Niger

LE PRÉSIDENT MILLIARDAIRE DU NIGER

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26.06.2017
Congo

President’s daughter charged with corruption in France

(mehr)

20.06.2017
Äquatorialguinea

Der korrupte Präsidentensohn

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03.06.2017
Canada

Des palais africains aux condos québécois

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28.04.2017
Tansania

Präsident entlässt Tausende Beamte - wegen gefälschter Abschlüsse

(mehr)

13.04.2017
Nigeria

Nigeria's EFCC 'finds $43m in Lagos flat'

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23.01.2017
Gambia

Gambia's former leader Yahya Jammeh 'made off with millions and luxury cars'

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07.01.2017
Äquatorialguinea

Eine Pest namens Korruption

(mehr)

28.12.2016
Nigeria

Nigeria streicht Zehntausenden „Geisterbeamten“ das Gehalt

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03.11.2016
Equatorial Guinea

Equatorial Guinea's VP Obiang's cars seized in Switzerland

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06.10.2016
Afrika

Nepotismus

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12.09.2016
South Sudan

Leaders Amass Great Wealth as Nation Suffers, Report Says

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23.08.2016
Malawi

Corruption getting worse

(mehr)

05.06.2016
NIgeria

„Gestohlene“ 10 Milliarden

(mehr)

04.06.2016
Nigeria

Nigeria says it has recovered $9.1 billion in stolen money and assets

(mehr)

18.05.2016
Zimbabwe

Missing $15 billion diamond revenue

(mehr)

25.04.2016
Nigeria

Une locomotive dans l'impasse ?

(mehr)

22.04.2016
Afrika

Biens mal acquis : saisie à Paris et à Nice de propriétés de la famille Bongo

(mehr)

14.04.2016
Afrika

Afrikas Reiche plündern ihren Kontinent (Panama Papers)

(mehr)

13.04.2016
Somalia

Aufbruchstimmung in Mogadiscio

(mehr)

05.04.2016
Afrika

Panama Papers: Diese Afrikaner stehen unter Druck

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03.04.2016
Afrika

The Panama Papers

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06.10.2015
Ghana

Ghana suspends 7 high court judges over corruption accusations

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02.10.2015
Zimbabwe

Vice president’s 287-day hotel stay

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12.08.2015
Afrika

Bis zu 482 Prozent Wachstumsrate

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25.06.2015
Tunisia

Widespread Graft Benefited Tunisian Leader’s Family, Study Says

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22.06.2015


Wealthy Africans

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04.06.2015
Haiti

Die verschwundenen Millionen von Haiti

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01.06.2015
Angola

The severe inequality of the Angolan oil boom.

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13.05.2015
Benin

Détournement de fonds au Bénin: démission du ministre de l'Energie

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22.04.2015
Africa

Super-rich Africans splash out big bucks for luxury London homes

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23.03.2015
Senegal

Senegal's Karim Wade jailed for corruption

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23.03.2015
Senegal

Son of Senegal's ex-president Wade sentenced for corruption

(mehr)

17.03.2015
Nigeria

Genfer Justiz will 380 Millionen Dollar an Nigeria zurückgeben


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17.03.2015
Nigeria

Switzerland to return Sani Abacha 'loot' to Nigeria

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12.03.2015
South Africa

The salaries of the world's heads of state

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11.03.2015
Tunisie

Les biens mal acquis du clan Ben Ali

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14.02.2015
Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone Loses Track of Millions in Ebola Funds

(mehr)

06.01.2015
Schweiz

Rekord-Schwarzgeld aus dem Süden

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16.12.2014
Developing World

Illicit Financial Flows from Developing Countries: 2003-2012

(mehr)

16.12.2014
Developing World

Illicit Financial Flows from Developing Countries: 2003-2012

(mehr)

01.12.2014
Nigeria

Zwölf Milliarden Dollar verschwunden

(mehr)

01.10.2014
Centrafrique

Samba-Panza, dos Santos et les 10 millions de dollars

(mehr)

12.03.2014
Zimbabwe

$16 million for Mugabe family

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07.02.2014
Mali

Des indemnités et primes astronomiques pour les députés

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31.01.2014
Tanzania

Tanzanian shock at MPs' $98,000 pay-off

(mehr)

24.01.2014
Niger

Disparition de 600 millions d'euros

(mehr)

22.11.2013
South Africa

Jacob Zuma's Nkandla home: South African papers defy photo ban

(mehr)

11.11.2013
Afrika

Korruption in Afrika

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03.10.2013
Kongo

Eine Milliarde Euro an europäischen Steuergeldern im Kongo versickert

(mehr)

17.09.2013
Liberia

Liberian president's son quits as head of state oil firm

(mehr)

15.09.2013
Senegal

Karim Wade doit justifier de l'origine de 150 millions d'euros supplémentaires


(mehr)

08.07.2013
Africa

Global Witness's Charmian Gooch at TED Global 2013

(mehr)

14.06.2013
Afrika

Grosse illegale Geldabflüsse

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02.06.2013
Libya

Libya asks South Africa to help recover Gaddafi riches

(mehr)

19.05.2013
Niger

La fille d’un dignitaire nigérien interpellée en France avec un milliard de francs CFA

(mehr)

19.05.2013
Afrika

Afrika, Kontinent der Steuerschlupflöcher

(mehr)

01.05.2013
Kenya

New Kenyan lawmakers vote themselves free luxury car perk, worth $60,000

(mehr)

15.04.2013
Senegal

Karim Wade arrested

(mehr)

01.03.2013
Angola

Isabel dos Santos, Angola`s First Billionaire

(mehr)

26.02.2013
NIger

21 fonctionnaires écroués pour détournement de fonds


(mehr)

08.02.2013
Afrika

Wundersame Geldvermehrung

(mehr)

21.12.2012
Uganda

Entwicklungshilfe: Wenn die EU Korruptionshilfe betreibt...


(mehr)

08.12.2012
Afrika

Von den 30 korruptesten Staaten der Welt liegt die Hälfte in Afrika.

(mehr)

28.11.2012
Uganda

‘Give our dollars back, you bad, bad hyena!’ (Opinion)

(mehr)

11.11.2012
Uganda

Nine Corruption Scandals to Look Back At

(mehr)

08.10.2012
Mali

Université de Bamako : Corruption à ciel ouvert

(mehr)

02.10.2012
Südafrika

18,7 Mio. Euro Steuergelder für Zumas Privatdomizil

(mehr)

28.09.2012
Afrika

Afrikas 200 versteckte Milliardäre

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01.09.2012
Angola

Auf Öl gebaut

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13.07.2012
Guinée équatoriale

Biens mal acquis : mandat d'arrêt contre le fils du président de Guinée équatoriale

(mehr)

15.05.2012
Côte d'Ivoire

Plus de 700 millions FCFA sur un compte bancaire de Laurent Gbagbo


(mehr)

11.05.2012
Niger

Présidents détournent le budget

(mehr)

02.05.2012
Cameroun

Les baskets Sawa font l'audacieux pari du « made in Africa »

(mehr)

29.03.2012
Libye

L'Italie saisit pour 1,1 milliard d'euros de biens de la famille Kadhafi


(mehr)

02.03.2012
Gabon, Rép. du Congo

Comment Sassou-Nguesso et Bongo se seraient enrichis

(mehr)

10.02.2012
Cameroun

Les détournements de fonds publics, au moins 2,8 milliards d'euros


(mehr)

23.01.2012
Tchad

12 MILLIARDS DE FRANCS CFA POUR LE MARIAGE DU PRÉSIDENT DÉBY

(mehr)

29.12.2011
Niger

DECLARATION DES BIENS DES MEMBRES DU GOUVERNEMENT:
OMAR HAMIDOU TCHANA, MINISTRE D'ETAT, MINISTRE DES MINES ET DU DEVELOPPEMENT INDUSTRIEL


(mehr)

02.11.2011
Äquatorialguinea

Kein Bugatti für Afrika

(mehr)

13.09.2011
France

Chirac, Villepin et Le Pen accusés de financements occultes

(mehr)

28.07.2011
Uganda

"Entwicklungshilfe": Russische Kampfjets für Uganda

(mehr)

09.06.2011
France

Biens mal acquis

(mehr)

09.06.2011
France

Biens mal acquis

(mehr)

04.05.2011
Afrika

Potentatengelder

(mehr)

01.05.2011
Afrika

Niebel stellt Promi-Fonds Ultimatum

(mehr)

11.03.2011
Afrika

Die Milliarden der Diktatoren

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07.03.2011
Afrika

Vom Reichtum auf dem Kontinent des Hungers

(mehr)

28.02.2011
Äquatorialguinea

Äquatorialguineas Herrscher lieben den Luxus.

(mehr)

22.02.2011
Guinea

Guinea bankrupted by junta - President Alpha Conde

(mehr)

10.02.2011
Kamerun

Milliarden Euro an Staatsgeldern veruntreut

(mehr)

08.02.2011
Nigeria

Riches Flow Into Nigeria, but Are Lost After Arrival

(mehr)

01.02.2011
Ägypten

Familie Mubarak hat vorgesorgt

(mehr)

24.01.2011
Afrika

Global Fund statement on abuse of funds in some countries

(mehr)

03.01.2011
Elfenbeinküste

Gbagbos schwarze Kassen

(mehr)

30.12.2010
Afrika

Afrikas Despoten können's nicht lassen

(mehr)

29.12.2010
Gabon

Selon WikiLeaks, Omar Bongo aurait détourné des fonds au profit de partis français

(mehr)

21.12.2010
Britannien

Diktatoren bevorzugen London


(mehr)

20.12.2010
Kenya

2,500 to be sacked in Kenyan ministry employment scandal

(mehr)

19.12.2010
Kenya

Graft in education

(mehr)

10.11.2010


Biens mal acquis

(mehr)

06.09.2010
Mali

Important détournement de fonds au ministère de la Santé

(mehr)

08.06.2010
Africa

World Bank and Switzerland Call for Action Against Asset Theft and Corruption

(mehr)

08.06.2010
Africa

About 16.2 billion - 32.4 Euros stolen every year through bribery etc.

(mehr)

03.06.2010
Sénégal

Le Sénégal gaspille toujours

(mehr)

14.05.2010
Liberia

A second term for Sirleaf

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12.05.2010
Tanzania

Kikwete's foreign trips gobble billions

(mehr)

25.02.2010
Sénégal

An outsize statue symbolises the defects of the president and his family

(mehr)

10.12.2009
Africa

African Leaders are saboteurs and enemies of progress

(mehr)

03.12.2009
Sénégal

Wade achète un terrain à 14 milliards à New York


(mehr)

29.10.2009
Swasiland etc.

Afrikas gierige Herrscher


(mehr)

27.10.2009
Senegal

Senegal admits IMF 'money gift'

(mehr)

31.08.2009
Sambia

Schwedische Zweifel am Sinn von Entwicklungshilfe

(mehr)

24.08.2009
Zambia

Swedish Minister opens debate on corruption in Zambia

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13.02.2009
Afrique

biens mal acquis

(mehr)

09.01.2009
Afrique

biens mal acquis

(mehr)

02.12.2008
Afrique

Biens mal acquis

(mehr)

29.11.2008
Sénégal

Pour rentrer de Paris jeudi et vendredi : Wade loue un avion, Sangomar ramène Viviane

(mehr)

06.08.2008
Swasiland

In Swasiland warten viele nur noch auf den Tod

(mehr)

17.05.2008
Kenia

94 Minister

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01.02.2008
Afrique

Avenue Foch, j'achète !

(mehr)

04.10.2007
Niger

Veruntreuung im Heks-Programm in Niger

(mehr)

05.03.2007
Gambia

AIDS - Idiotensichere Methode


(mehr)

26.06.2006
Congo

$81,000 bill at a New York hotel

(mehr)

04.08.2002
Angola

$2bn in oil cash as Angola starves

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Nigeria

Nigeria Retrieves Part of Stolen Billions

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