Region: South Africa

South African court rejects Zuma’s stay of prosecution appeal

16 March 2020

ABB hints at “unfavourable outcome” in suspect payments probe

27 February 2020

Steinhoff in South African privilege dispute

09 September 2019

Bosasa CEO dies in car crash

27 August 2019

Ramaphosa’s lawyers ask court to seal public protector’s report

12 August 2019

UK financial regulator reveals time spent on “tuna bond” probe

The FCA has denied downgrading its investigation into Credit Suisse’s involvement in the $2 billion Mozambique fraud scandal as it disclosed the number of hours its staff spent on the investigation.

14 June 2019

Forex enforcement cut down by South African tribunal

The Competition Tribunal of South Africa has ruled it does not have jurisdiction over nine financial entities, including JPMorgan, that are accused of rigging foreign exchange rates.

13 June 2019

Public protector has lost credibility, South Africa Corruption Watch director says

18 April 2019

South African court recommends US extradition of Mozambique ex-finance minister

11 April 2019

South African corruption in the spotlight – how will South Africa's prosecutors climb the mountain ahead of them?

Cameron Dunstan-Smith, corporate crime and investigations director at Herbert Smith Freehills in Johannesburg, considers recent developments in South Africa’s anti-corruption efforts and discusses what obstacles lie ahead for the country’s authorities.

02 April 2019

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