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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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12.09.2021
Zimbabwe etc.

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01.09.2021
G5 Sahel

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27.08.2021
Südafrika


Tödliche Schüsse auf südafrikanische Informantin in Korruptionsskandalen


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24.08.2021
Mozambique

Mozambique 'tuna bond' scandal: Ex-President Guebuza's son on trial

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24.08.2021
Mozambique

Mozambique 'tuna bond' scandal

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23.08.2021
Nigeria

Hochzeit in Nigeria

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22.08.2021
Nigeria

Nigeria's royal wedding: Private jets, glitz and glamour

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01.08.2021
Äquatorialguinea

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30.07.2021
Angola

Isabel dos Santos ordered to return $500 million in energy shares to Angola

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28.07.2021
Equatorial Guinea

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24.07.2021
Uganda

Outrage after Uganda MPs get $30m to buy cars amid COVID crisis

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23.07.2021
Eswatini

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11.07.2021
Kamerun

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11.07.2021
Kamerun

Paul Biya: Kameruns Präsident erneut auf dem Weg nach Genf


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15.06.2021
Afrika

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13.06.2021
Malawi

Expulsion of Diplomats From South Africa

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30.05.2021
Africa

Africa's political dynasties: How presidents groom their sons for power

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18.05.2021
Nigeria

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12.05.2021
Nigeria

$153 million, 80 houses recovered from Diezani — EFCC boss

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07.04.2021
South Sudan

Corruption claims spark new concerns about aid to South Sudan

The New Humanitarian

‘True sovereignty means responsibility.’

Sam Mednick

An investigation by The New Humanitarian and AlJazeera

When the pandemic struck, many feared South Sudan could be one of the hardest hit countries in Africa – years of conflict had hollowed out its healthcare system and the threat of famine was on the horizon.

Heeding the warnings, the European Union, the United States, and the World Bank chipped in more than $100 million for the COVID-19 response, while the IMF has given some $200 million in loans.

At a glance: COVID-19 corruption charges
Officials accused of charging for COVID-19 tests that were supposed to be free
Government allegedly suspended hand sanitiser imports and allowed a small local company to be
sole producer, leading to a shortage.
Officials accused of charging for certificates showing negative results that were required
for ground and air travel.
Aid workers reported receiving threats from the government for pushing back on staffing
requests; one doctor from a foreign aid group was told to leave the country.
Millions of dollars went to renovate a coronavirus hospital, but it still stands empty
because it was reportedly unsuitable as an infectious disease facility.

Worrying death toll projections have yet to materialise – fewer than 150 people have died of the virus in the past year despite a recent uptick in cases – but familiar patterns of alleged profiteering emerged after the first cases were reported.

A black market appeared for COVID-19 tests that were supposed to be free. An inflated contract was awarded to a company to renovate a hospital that still sits empty. And the government authorised one small outfit to produce hand sanitiser – while banning imports of the product as people scrambled to find supplies. The New Humanitarian found these and other examples after interviewing nearly 30 government officials, business owners, and aid workers, as well as reviewing documents, emails, and text messages as part of an investigation with Al Jazeera.

“Every time there is a crisis, the government ignores its citizens, relies on international aid, (and) doesn't help its own people,” said Edmund Yakani, head of the Community Empowerment for Progress Organization, or CEPO, a civil society group in South Sudan.

South Sudan wouldn’t be alone in falling prey to alleged profiteering schemes linked to the pandemic. In Brazil, more than 1,500 criminal cases have been opened into coronavirus-related corruption, while the United States and Britain have been caught in scandals involving COVID-19 funds and equipment.

But in South Sudan – one of the world’s top recipients of foreign aid – schemes that arose after the pandemic followed a familiar pattern: Donors respond to crises, and aid groups are left to shoulder the country’s humanitarian needs while South Sudan spends little on its own people.

That imbalance has rankled some and sparked fresh discussions about whether there is a better way to do aid in South Sudan – even though it is unclear whether funds for the COVID-19 response were misappropriated.

“The wealth of this country – from oil and elsewhere – bypasses its people, siphoned off in secrecy with no public accountability for how it is spent,” said David Shearer – the UN’s head of mission in South Sudan – in his final address to the UN Security Council in March. The international community, he noted, had failed to question its role in South Sudan’s continuing dependence on foreign aid.

“True sovereignty means responsibility – being responsible – to really care, in a tangible and demonstrable way, for all the nation’s 12 million citizens,” Shearer said.

Some government leaders have said such sentiments smack of colonialism.

“Our friends when they come, they come with high assumptions (that) they know it all,” said Mayen Machut Achiek, the health ministry’s undersecretary.

Aid tensions

In January, the UN’s emergency aid coordination body, OCHA, released a worrying report, detailing an overview of South Sudan’s bleak humanitarian situation and noting escalating violence against aid workers.

Renewed fighting last year had resulted in the relocation of aid workers, ambushes of humanitarian convoys, the looting of lifesaving supplies, and the targeting of relief workers based on ethnic identities, the report noted.

Opaque bureaucratic and regulatory snags had also resulted in “diverted resources that would have otherwise been used for lifesaving supplies”, the report noted.

South Sudan was already grappling with multiple crises when the pandemic hit.

The announcement of a long-awaited transitional government in February 2020 was quickly overshadowed by intensified local level fighting as well as floods.

The first cases of COVID-19 appeared in April 2020 and were traced to UN workers – sparking a backlash against the UN and other aid groups.

The same month, the World Health Organization became aware of allegations that some Ministry of Health officials were charging for COVID-19 tests when they were supposed to be free, according to a WHO email received by The New Humanitarian in July and shared with Al Jazeera.
Fraud’s familiar patterns

Tests were offered for $50, while test certificates needed for ground and air travel were sold for $400, a UN worker said in a text message sent to other aid workers in July and seen by reporters. Speaking on behalf of the government, Angelo Goup Thon and Mathew Tut Kol, government officials involved in the coronavirus pandemic response, denied the allegations.

The health ministry also handpicked at least 500 largely untrained staff from the ministry to work on the response and be paid between $450 and $1,500 a month with donor funds, three senior humanitarian officials involved in the response told reporters, speaking on condition of anonymity to ensure their ability to keep working in the country.

Although it’s not uncommon to hire untrained workers in emergency responses – the same was true with the Ebola response in the Democratic Republic of Congo – many of the proposed salaries were triple to what skilled civil servants would normally earn, and the government has failed in recent years to pay health workers for months.

The International Organization for Migration, which had been helping the government to perform health screenings on travellers, was among the UN agencies that received a list of requested workers from the government. The Health Ministry followed up with a verbal request to pay salaries of up to $2,000 a month, according to an internal IOM email seen by reporters. The email noted that government discussions were heated, including “shouting and verbally abusing IOM staff on (the) phone and in-person”.

In response to questions from reporters, the IOM confirmed in an email to The New Humanitarian on 26 March that the government had asked for staffing allowances for COVID-19 responders, as well as the recruitment of additional staff.

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“... IOM communicated to the Ministry that the set provisions and budgets of the project could not be amended and that no additional staff would be hired or additional allowances paid,” said IOM spokesperson Safa Msehli, adding that passengers at Juba International Airport were now being screened by the Ministry of Health.

Kol, part of the government’s COVID-19 response team, said people chosen for the response weren’t selected for their political connections. However, he acknowledged that many lacked training – something the government was addressing, he said.

The International Medical Corps, meanwhile, decided to send its lead medic home to Nigeria in December after reporting that he had been allegedly threatened by Thuou Loi, South Sudan’s then-director general of international health and coordination.

When asked about the medic, Loi told reporters the allegations were “misleading by all accounts' ', but he wouldn’t say if he requested that the medic leave the country. IMC’s country head, meanwhile, wrote to South Sudan’s health minister in December, saying that the situation was “unsettling,” according to the IMC letter seen by The New Humanitarian and shared with Al Jazeera.

The letter was not provided to reporters by IMC, and the organisation also declined to give any details about the alleged threats or incident.

Achiek, the health ministry’s undersecretary, said it was “not acceptable” if aid workers had been threatened, but that he didn’t like being “manhandled” by aid partners.

Donors have largely provided most of South Sudan's healthcare funding for years.

In the 2019-2020 budget, South Sudan's government allocated nearly $14 million to the Ministry of Health, but a separate government report detailing official expenditures shows that only $3 million of that had been received nine months into the fiscal year.

Médecins Sans Frontières alone spent more than 85 million euros on health across 19 locations in the country in 2019.

Hospital stands empty

After the pandemic struck, South Sudan allocated $5.48 million for the response from 1 April through 30 September 2020, according to government documents shared with reporters by a government official.

Of those funds, $3.8 million in contracts was awarded to a South Sudanese company with Lebanese and South Sudanese shareholders, AFK Concept Ltd.

As part of pandemic preparations, the company was meant to renovate the Dr. John Garang Infectious Disease Center in Juba, according to documents seen by The New Humanitarian and shared with Al Jazeera.

Part of that amount included $22,500 for landscaping and $168,000 for painting – costs nearly double those of other companies reporters contacted for estimates of similar work.

The roughly 250-bed facility was meant to be the main hospital for COVID-19 patients. In December, it was still being used largely for storage. Hospital staff told reporters it failed to meet the needs of an infectious disease centre, including too few toilets and structures that were inadequate to quarantine infected patients.

Attempts to reach out to AFK went unanswered. An email sent to AFK in March bounced back, several text messages and phone calls to one of the company’s shareholders went unanswered or did not go through, and repeated calls to AFK’s office in Juba went unanswered.

The health ministry called the amount allocated for the renovations “excessive”, and said in December that “nobody has been paid anything so far”.

However, the government contract and payment details – shared with reporters by a government official who requested anonymity – tell a different story.

One document noted that $1.4 million was paid as the first instalment for equipment and supplies, while some $2.4 million was directly disbursed “through a check issued by the Ministry of Finance and Planning in the name of the AFK CONCEPT LTD”.

The $3.8 million awarded to AFK was also noted in a separate letter from the finance ministry to the health ministry in April.

Hand sanitiser monopoly

While every country was scrambling to buy hand sanitiser, South Sudan made it even harder by suspending imports and authorising one domestic company to produce it.

The Drug and Food Control Authority gave Sinco Medical exclusive authorisation to manufacture and distribute the sanitiser, according to several importers and one UN official familiar with the agency’s reported directive, who spoke to reporters and requested anonymity for safety fears. The authorisation letter was shared with The New Humanitarian by the watchdog group The Sentry.

In March 2020, the Drug and Food Control Authority told a businessman and his colleagues they wouldn’t be allowed to import 100,000 bottles of hand sanitiser from Kenya but instead had to buy from Sinco.

The man asked not to be named because he feared for his safety. He said he hadn’t faced such an import ban in five years of working in South Sudan.

Charles Acaye, owner and chief executive officer of Sinco – a medical supplies importer – said the government’s aim was to promote domestic business.

Several civilians across the country told reporters they struggled to find sanitiser months after coronavirus cases started to emerge. Prices had soared more than tenfold, according to a May report by the Sudd Institute, a local think tank that has researched the economic consequences of COVID-19.

The head of the Drug and Food Control Authority did not respond to repeated requests for comment.

The allegations of profiteering come as South Sudan appeals for more than five million doses of COVID-19 vaccines – some 132,000 have already arrived – but some in the international community have also started to ask whether the government should start doing more for its people.

Elizabeth Shackelford, a former US diplomat in South Sudan, said the time to put better controls on foreign assistance to the country would have been in 2011, when it became the world’s newest independent state.

“It’s much easier to build in a practice of accountability from the start,” said Shackelford, now a senior fellow on US foreign policy at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. “We have long tended to turn a blind eye to it.”

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The New Humanitarian Investigations Editor Paisley Dodds, freelance editor Sharon L. Lynch, former TNH investigative intern Izzy Ellis, and freelance journalist Michael Gibb contributed to this report from London.

07.03.2021
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19.02.2021
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18.02.2021
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14.02.2021
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28.01.2021
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19.01.2021
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15.01.2021
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04.01.2021
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20.11.2020
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16.11.2020
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11.11.2020
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11.11.2020
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09.11.2020
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15.10.2020
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07.10.2020
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29.09.2020
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25.09.2020
Congo DRC

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24.09.2020
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16.09.2020
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16.09.2020
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08.09.2020
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02.09.2020
South Africa

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23.08.2020
South Africa

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20.08.2020
Mauretanie

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14.08.2020
Angola

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29.07.2020
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27.07.2020
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27.07.2020
Congo

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20.07.2020
Deutschland

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17.07.2020
NIgeria

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09.07.2020
Republic of Congo

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07.07.2020
RDC

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06.07.2020
RDC

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04.07.2020
Nigeria

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04.07.2020
Kenia

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24.06.2020
Niger

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23.06.2020
3rd World

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(mehr)

21.06.2020
Zimbabwe

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21.06.2020
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

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18.06.2020
Congo

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11.06.2020
Congo

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03.06.2020
Angola

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31.05.2020
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28.05.2020
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25.05.2020
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13.05.2020
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13.05.2020
Angola

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12.05.2020
R d Congo

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09.05.2020
Ethiopia

Ethiopia jails ex-minister for corruption

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09.05.2020
Soudan

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08.05.2020
Nigeria

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07.05.2020
Zimbabwe

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06.05.2020
Afrika

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08.04.2020
Gabon

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02.04.2020
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18.03.2020
 Kenya

Study reveals scale of foreign aid diversion offshore

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03.03.2020
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23.01.2020
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22.01.2020
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20.01.2020
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20.01.2020
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16.01.2020
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15.12.2019
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Afrika

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12.09.2017
Sénégal

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

(mehr)

28.08.2017
Nigeria

Nigeria seizes N7.6b from Diezani Alison-Madueke

(mehr)

26.08.2017
Guinea

Illegale Zahlungen an Guineas Militärjunta

(mehr)

19.08.2017
Angola

Angola – im Reich einer Clique

(mehr)

14.08.2017
Kenia

Portrait Uhuru Kenyatta

(mehr)

21.07.2017
Republic of Congo

$750 million in mining revenues fails to reach treasury

(mehr)

27.06.2017
Nigeria

'mystery man' Kolawole 'Kola' Aluko

(mehr)

27.06.2017
Angola

le parachute doré du président José Eduardo dos Santos


(mehr)

27.06.2017
Niger

LE PRÉSIDENT MILLIARDAIRE DU NIGER

(mehr)

26.06.2017
Congo

President’s daughter charged with corruption in France

(mehr)

20.06.2017
Äquatorialguinea

Der korrupte Präsidentensohn

(mehr)

03.06.2017
Canada

Des palais africains aux condos québécois

(mehr)

28.04.2017
Tansania

Präsident entlässt Tausende Beamte - wegen gefälschter Abschlüsse

(mehr)

13.04.2017
Nigeria

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

(mehr)

23.01.2017
Africa

Yahya Jammeh: Other leaders accused of looting the coffers

(mehr)

23.01.2017
Gambia

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

(mehr)

07.01.2017
Äquatorialguinea

Eine Pest namens Korruption

(mehr)

28.12.2016
Nigeria

Nigeria streicht Zehntausenden „Geisterbeamten“ das Gehalt

(mehr)

03.11.2016
Equatorial Guinea

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

(mehr)

06.10.2016
Afrika

Nepotismus

(mehr)

12.09.2016
South Sudan

Leaders Amass Great Wealth as Nation Suffers, Report Says

(mehr)

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

(mehr)

03.04.2016
Afrika

The Panama Papers

(mehr)

06.10.2015
Ghana

Ghana suspends 7 high court judges over corruption accusations

(mehr)

02.10.2015
Zimbabwe

Vice president’s 287-day hotel stay

(mehr)

12.08.2015
Afrika

Bis zu 482 Prozent Wachstumsrate

(mehr)

25.06.2015
Tunisia

Widespread Graft Benefited Tunisian Leader’s Family, Study Says

(mehr)

22.06.2015


Wealthy Africans

(mehr)

04.06.2015
Haiti

Die verschwundenen Millionen von Haiti

(mehr)

01.06.2015
Angola

The severe inequality of the Angolan oil boom.

(mehr)

13.05.2015
Benin

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

(mehr)

22.04.2015
Africa

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

(mehr)

23.03.2015
Senegal

Senegal's Karim Wade jailed for corruption

(mehr)

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


(mehr)

17.03.2015
Nigeria

Switzerland to return Sani Abacha 'loot' to Nigeria

(mehr)

12.03.2015
South Africa

The salaries of the world's heads of state

(mehr)

11.03.2015
Tunisie

Les biens mal acquis du clan Ben Ali

(mehr)

14.02.2015
Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone Loses Track of Millions in Ebola Funds

(mehr)

06.01.2015
Schweiz

Rekord-Schwarzgeld aus dem Süden

(mehr)

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

(mehr)

07.02.2014
Mali

Des indemnités et primes astronomiques pour les députés

(mehr)

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

(mehr)

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

(mehr)

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

(mehr)

01.09.2012
Angola

Auf Öl gebaut

(mehr)

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)

28.02.2012
NIgeria

James Ibori: How a thief almost became Nigeria's president

(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

(mehr)

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

(mehr)

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

(mehr)

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

(mehr)

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

(mehr)

00.00.2002
Nigeria

Nigeria Retrieves Part of Stolen Billions

(mehr)