Daily Corruption News: 5 June 2012

Posted 5 June 2012

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Global: South Africa police probe MTN Iran graft allegations
Reuters

South Africa's elite Hawks police unit has opened an investigation into allegations of corruption at mobile phone giant MTN relating to its purchase of a cellular license in Iran, a police spokesman said on Tuesday.



More news

Global: Home of ex-Vatican bank chief searched in widening Finmeccanica corruption probe
Associated Press

Afghanistan: US terminates funding for Pakistani Sesame Street amid reports of corruption
The Washington Post

Czech Republic: Czech politician loses immunity in graft case
Reuters

United Arab Emirates: UAE to have anti-corruption law to fight malpractices
Emirates 24/7



Multimedia of the week

Burma: Aung San Suu Kyi to 'eradicate corruption in Burma'
BBC



Blogs and opinion

Global: The World Bank's new weapon against bribery: shame
Bloomberg Businessweek

China: China’s debate on “proper” corruption
The Atlantic



News from Transparency International

Call for nominations: Corruption fighters wanted
Upcoming event: How corrupt is Europe? New report on 6 June





Country / Territory - Iran   |   South Africa   
Topic - Private sector   

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