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Global Corruption Barometer now available
The consolidated version of Transparency International's Global Corruption Barometer - using data from five regional reports that have already been published - shows that nearly one in four people, of all respondents around the world, paid a bribe when they accessed a public service in the 12 months prior to the survey. Read more here.
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TI UK and CW call for Gupta banks to be investigated
In the wake of revelations that a major British bank is implicated in South Africa's Gupta scandal, Transparency International UK and Corruption Watch, TI’s national chapter in South Africa, have called for a firm approach to be taken to any banks involved. The two organisations have demanded a thorough investigation and full co-operation between the proper authorities in both countries.
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TI: improving the Global Corruption Barometer
Transparency International is committed to ensuring that its Global Corruption Barometer stays relevant for the next generation of corruption researchers, writes TI research expert Coralie Pring, and that it continues to inform the debate around corruption. To this end the organisation has initiated discussions with TI chapters and research experts to determine the way forward for the GCB.

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Global Corruption Barometer now available

Transparency International (TI) yesterday launched the consolidated version of its Global Corruption Barometer series (GCB), based on five regional reports that have been published over the last two years. The GCB – the world’s largest survey asking citizens about their direct personal experience of corruption in their daily lives – shows what people experience and just Read more >

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Corruption in business: BLSA CEO Bonang Mohale speaks

By Steven Friedman The University of Johannesburg’s professor of political studies, Steven Friedman, speaks to Bonang Mohale, the CEO of Business Leadership South Africa, about growing concerns that corruption has become embedded in the way business is conducted in the country. Steven Friedman: How representative is Business Leadership South Africa of the country’s private sector? Read more >

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