Corruption, White Collar Crime and Consumer News LOCAL NEWS SA: Supreme Court of Appeal dismisses “Spy Tapes” Appeal SA: Qualifications crisis in SA SA: Minister argues Motsoeneng appointment legal SA: Aurora managers ordered to pay back millions INTERNATIONAL NEWS USA: Standard Chartered fined US$300 million USA: PwC fined for role in money-laundering ASIA: Denel cleared.
White Collar Briefs
In this edition: South Africa: Fraud in the medical schemes industry South Africa: RDP housing tender fraud in eThekwini South Arica: Public Protector probes fake BEE tender Global: Walmart takes flak over pay, graft probes United Kingdom: GlaxoSmithKline under criminal investigation Nigeria: Dutch company penalised by African Development Bank for bribery in Nigeria United States:.
In this edition: First South African case of online piracy concluded First South African case of online piracy concluded The first South African case of online piracy has concluded in the Commercial Crimes Court in Belville. The accused pleaded guilty to the illegal distribution of the South African film Four Corners on “The Pirate Bay”.
In this edition: Standard Bank customers targeted by phishing scam Standard Bank customers targeted by phishing scam A phishing scam targeting Standard Bank customers claims to have placed a new debit order on their accounts to Liberty Life Insurance, which these customers need to manually de-authorise by following a fraudulent link. Standard Bank has confirmed.
In this issue: South Africa: ANC retracts dismissal of security chief South Africa: Investigation into sale of racecourse by Public Protector South Africa: Report on Liberty franchise may result in persecution United States: US government file fraud suits against Bank of America United Kingdom: SFO to investigate miner’s operations in Africa and Kazakhstan South Africa:.
In this issue: South Africa: Public waste utility company halts tender probe South Africa: Public waste utility company halts tender probe A corruption probe into suspect tenders worth R360 million at Pikitup, a state-owned waste utility company, has come to a halt after the company put a stop to the investigation. A probe into 11.
In this issue: South Africa: Lawyers to face the courts for dubious payments received Africa: Corruption in the African water sector South Africa: Lawyers to face the courts for dubious payments received A total of 25 people are to go on trial in the Western Cape High Court over their alleged roles in a perlemoen.
In this issue: South Africa: Investigation reveals dubious procurement processes at PetroSA South Africa: Procurement at the centre of corrupt practices within government institutions International: Investigations into BHP Biliton’s Olympic conduct
In this issue: South Africa: New Chief Procurement Officer tasked to investigate procurement processes.
In this issue: South Africa: Gordhan slams corrupt municipal officials South Africa: Report reveals metro police and corruption Africa: Transparency International claims corruption in Africa no different to elsewhere in the world Nigeria: Anti-corruption agents jailed for accepting bribes United States: Brokers charged for fraud United States: Lack of leniency for whistleblowers