The perils of over-criminalising sports corruption

By Ubong UdoeyoFirst published on the Global Anticorruption Blog Although the fight against corruption has traditionally focused on corruption in government, the anti-corruption community has started to pay more attention to corruption in other spheres. One particularly prominent concern is corruption in sports. This topic includes not only corruption in the major sports associations (think Read more >

Joffe: SA sports corruption comes from the top

By Graeme Joffe I keep wanting to stop the exposes and move on with my life after four years of digging and entertaining threats. But then my inner mind says, how can you stop when things are only getting worse in SA sport and all you really see in the media are cover ups and Read more >

Millions in unauthorised transactions

Our zero this week is South African Rugby Union (Saru) boss Jurie Roux, who is under the spotlight for alleged manipulation of money during his tenure at Stellenbosch University (SU) as its director of financial planning. According to Netwerk24, a KPMG investigation report – which the media company has made available online – fingers Roux Read more >

Corruption in sport: it’s not too late

Last year in April, Transparency International (TI) launched its initiative focusing on corruption in sport, at the same time indicating that it would release a comprehensive report in February the next year. Today the organisation releases that report as part of its flagship Global Corruption Report series. The global phenomenon of sport engages billions of Read more >