TI: investigate Zambia's corrupt mukula cartel
A new report by the Environmental Investigation Agency reveals allegations that Tasila Lungu, daughter of Zambian president Edgar Lungu, and two ministers are involved in the illegal trade of protected mukula timber. Transparency International has called for a thorough investigation into these claims.

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Solving the climate crisis is not impossible, says Transparency International on International Anti-Corruption Day. But it will only happen if we safeguard climate funds from corruption and make sure global climate policy serves the interests of all people and the planet, not just a few private concerns.
Solving the climate crisis is not impossible, says Transparency International on International Anti-Corruption Day. But it will only happen if we safeguard climate funds from corruption and make sure global climate policy serves the interests of all people and the planet, not just a few private concerns.
IACD 2019: Time to act against corruption, climate crisis

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Advocate Kholeka Gcaleka's nomination by parliament's committee on justice and correctional services has been endorsed by the National Assembly recommendation has been endorsed by the National Assembly. President Cyril Ramaphosa will appoint Gcaleka to the post as the current DPP Advocate Kevin Malunga's term ends on 9 December.
Gcaleka one step away from DPP appointment

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TI: investigate Zambia’s corrupt mukula cartel

Image: PGZambia.com Issued by Transparency International Secretariat Following reports that the President of Zambia, his daughter and several high-ranking politicians are allegedly involved in the illicit trade in mukula wood, Transparency International calls for all competent authorities in Zambia to fully investigate the allegations and prosecute wrongdoing regardless of the rank or status of the Read more >

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Brave enough to talk about land corruption

By Melusi NcalaFirst published in the Sunday Tribune I often puzzle over the hesitant behaviour of people around me when they discuss the topic of land dispossession and the displacement of families and communities. It is as though there is a collective disposition of awkwardness and clumsiness. Land and related issues are described as “touchy” Read more >

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