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What penalties are available to the courts for violations of corruption laws by individuals?
Individuals who violate the corruption laws are subject to a maximum of six years’ imprisonment or fines. In cases of gross corruption, the penalty is increased to a maximum of 10 years’ imprisonment. In cases with more than one count, the penalty is a maximum of nine years’ imprisonment or 15 years’ imprisonment for gross corruption.
Companies or organisations
What penalties are available to the courts for violations of corruption laws by companies or organisations?
Companies or organisations that violate the corruption laws are subject to fines, damages and confiscation. No maximum penalty is stated in the law.
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