Corruption Watch

Corruption Watch

www.corruptionwatch.org.za
Johannesburg, South Africa / Corruption Watch is a South African civil society non-profit organisation. We aim to promote accountability and transparency in the use of public resources.
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The basic motivation behind most crime is to make money. If criminals want to use that money it needs to appear to have come from legitimate sources. This means they need to ‘clean’ or ‘launder’ it. There is no single method of laundering money.

The basic motivation behind most crime is to make money. If criminals want to use that money it needs to appear to have come from legitimate sources. This means they need to ‘clean’ or ‘launder’ it. There is no single method of laundering money.

Luxurious mansions owned by some Nigerians, including those standing trial for corruption, in the United Kingdom, have been exposed.

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At Transparency International we have been measuring people’s perceptions of and experiences with corruption for more than a decade. What we have learned is that the best way to develop policies that are rooted in reality is to use good public survey data.

Giving people a voice: lessons from measuring corruption

Turkey may have the right laws, the right agencies, and the resources to fight corruption but in practice it is falling short on implementation, according to a new report from Transparency International Turkey.

Turkey’s institutions are failing to comply with good governance principles and combat corruption

It’s not just the rich and famous who have been caught out by the Panama Papers leak. Multinational companies are also using secret subsidiaries, complicated structures and tax havens to avoid public scrutiny.

Panama Papers show the EU must take action on corporate tax transparency

The Panama Papers investigation shows just how many rich, famous and politically connected people, from heads of state to crime bosses and business owners, hide their wealth behind the façade of secret companies.

Transparency International is the global civil society organisation leading the fight against corruption.

Panama Papers reveal how a fast-living, fascist-loving Italian fugitive was able to sell apartments through a network of shell companies set up by two Miami firms.

When two Miami firms set up an offshore company for Giuseppe Donaldo Nicosia in 2011, they didn’t know the Italian businessman would be accused of masterminding a $48 million tax fraud three years later.

Before he went on lam, Italian fugitive used Miami firms to set up offshore

We believe more governments should embrace open data because there is growing evidence that it leads to better decisions by government, and helps to deter corruption.

We believe more governments should embrace open data because there is growing evidence that it leads to better decisions by government, and helps to deter corruption.

The Water Integrity Network recently released a new report that documents the legacy of corruption in the water sector, revealing corruption’s costly impact on the world’s water resources.

Transparency International is the global civil society organisation leading the fight against corruption.