Lower-level tennis has a “tsunami”-like problem with match-fixing.
The Anti-Corruption Unit announces the result of its investigation into slow work by Department of Identification officials.
An Indonesian court jailes a former speaker of parliament over causing state losses.
31 districts are selected to have new one-window service offices this year.
Mexico has banned state governments from doing business with Brazilian Odebrecht.
Egypt’s former anti-corruption chief has been referred to a military court for trial.
Former South Korean president Lee Myung-bak is indicted for corruption.
A South Korean court jails former President Park Geun-hye for 24 years.
Lula da Silva is Brazil’s first ex-president to be imprisoned for a common crime.
Thousands of supporters of former South African president Zuma are expected to march.
Former Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is on the verge of going to prison.
The corruption verdict and sentencing of Park Geun-hye will be televised live.
The Anti-Corruption Unit announces that the unit received 49 complaints, of which 22 were anonymous, in March.
Business climate is improving in Vietnam as a result of a crackdown on corruption last year.
Israeli police questions Netanyahu over dealings with a telecommunication company.
Prime Minister said he had ordered the dismissal of all those involved.
Identity politics stands out as one of the most influential factors shaping the 2018 and 2019 Indonesian election outcomes, and Muhammad Sinatra cautions that Indonesia’s neighbors will need to remain vigilant to possible spillovers from its domestic political narrative.
Seoul prosecutors said they are seeking the arrest of former President over corruption.
Former South Korean president admits receiving $100,000 from the state spy agency.
Former South Korean president Lee Myung-bak reported to prosecutors for questioning.
Activists in Afghanistan are speaking out against corruption and spreading messages of peace and social justice with murals, many painted on concrete blast walls that have risen to ward off militant bombs.
Cyril Ramaphosa is elected as South Africa’s president in a parliamentary vote.
South Africa’s ANC unveils plans to sack President Jacob Zuma over corruption.
Israeli Prime Minister rejects calls to step down over investigations of corruption.
Bangladesh opposition leader and former prime minister Khaleda Zia will appeal against a five-year jail term for corruption.
While bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies remain popular in Nigeria despite falls.
A Japanese firm briefs the public about modernisation for vehicle registration.
Malaysia’s opposition names 92-year old former premier Mahathir Mohamad as its prime ministerial candidate for a general election.
A Vietnamese developer detained in Singapore, wanted in Vietnam for revealing state secrets.
Liberian President-elect George Weah declares the country open to investment and pledged to tackle entrenched corruption.