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Global bribery and corruption outlook 2018

Mexico, Brazil, Africa, China, European Union, Global, Hong Kong - March 5 2018 For the most part, 2018 will see countries do more to enforce their anti-bribery and corruption laws. How authorities plan to go about this from...

Maurice Burke, Liam Naidoo, Antonin Lévy, James G. McGovern, Stephanie Yonekura, Chalid Heyder, Michael Roberts, Eugene Chen, Francesca Rolla, Mark Lin,, Sebastian Lach, Crispin Rapinet, Luis Enrique Graham, Isabel Costa Carvalho.


FICA Bill signed into law

South Africa - May 4 2017 The Financial Intelligence Centre Amendment Act is designed to make the South African financial system intolerant to abuse in the form money...

Krevania Pillay.


Whistleblowers, are you really protected?

South Africa - March 17 2017 According to the Corruption Perception Index 2016, an annual publication by Transparency International, which ranks countries according to the...

Krevania Pillay.


Cybercrime and Cybersecurity Bill was tabled in Parliament on 21 February 2017

South Africa - March 13 2017 Incidences of cybercrime and cybersecurity breaches are rapidly escalating, both internationally and in South Africa. South Africa is a target for...

Krevania Pillay.


Steering the Course - Navigating bribery and corruption risk

Global - April 1 2016 The saying goes “With great power comes great responsibility” and the fight against bribery and corruption is a clear example of this. Companies have...

Antonin Lévy, Peter S. Spivack, Sebastian Lach, Crispin Rapinet, Isabel Costa Carvalho.