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A R1.2bn pot of toxic soup at EOH

Eight people. That’s all. Just eight people out of EOH’s staff of 11,500 put the entire firm at risk through a systematic process of fraud, corruption and bribery that saw R1.2bn of shady flow out of the company between 2014 and 2017. EOH believes it has stopped the rot. Only time will tell. https://blog.fraudcracker.com/a-r1-2bn-pot-of-toxic-soup-at-eoh/

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Forensic probe uncovers R1.2bn in suspicious transactions at EOH

According to an update today, law firm ENSafrica has found evidence of and is investigating R1.2bn in suspicious transactions at EOH. These may be valid transactions, theft or bribery and corruption payments. Yesterday EOH announced the resignations of 3 top execs. Find out more at https://blog.fraudcracker.com/forensic-probe-uncovers-r1-2bn-in-suspicious-transactions-at-eoh/


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4 ways lying becomes the norm at a company

How did lying become the norm at firms like VW? Four organisation-wide factors predict if people in a company will lie or not: lack of strategic clarity, unjust accountability systems, poor organisational governance, weak cross-functional collaboration. Find out more at https://blog.fraudcracker.com/4-ways-lying-becomes-the-norm-at-a-company/


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Medical aid schemes caught in a vice between fraud and claims of racial profiling

Fraud against medical aid schemes is a big problem worldwide. But in South Africa, there is another aspect to the issue. And that is race. An organisation for medical professionals has accused SA’s top medical aids of racial profiling in their fight against medical aid fraud. Find out more at https://blog.fraudcracker.com/medical-aid-schemes-caught-in-a-vice-between-fraud-and-claims-of-racial-profiling/


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Are you ready to fight fraud?

Strengthening the internal control system and the control environment will help reduce the likelihood of fraud happening as well as the impact of fraud, if it occurs. 49% of respondents in the 2018 PwC Global Economic Crime and Fraud Survey said their companies had experienced fraud or economic crime, compared to 36% in 2016. Read more at https://blog.fraudcracker.com/are-you-ready-to-fight-fraud/