Corruption hurts all of us. Yet most of us think that corruption is “just a way of life” and cannot be prevented. But every one of us can do something about it. Find out how at https://blog.fraudcracker.com/every-one-of-us-can-do-something-about-corruption/ #UnitedAgainstCorruption | #IACD2019 | #IACD2020 | #YouthForJustice
This article also appeared in Finweek Magazine in their 11-April-2013 issue
I love South Africa and am fiercely loyal to this country. We have so many opportunities here, much more than many other countries. But in 2013 I had an experience that made me deeply question my patriotism. Are we as South Africans losing our humanity? And more importantly, how can we get it back? Continue reading
Today 9-December is International Anti-Corruption Day. Corruption hurts all of us. As much as we’d like to, we cannot ever stop corruption completely, because there is a lot happening that we don’t even know about.
But we can do something about it:
1. We can report it whenever we see it. In fact, this is why we started FraudCracker.com, to give you a voice in the fight against fraud and corruption, without anyone knowing your name.
2. And we can say no to corruption and wrongdoing when these happen in our daily lives.
It all starts and stops with us. Because our children see our behaviour today, and will behave the same way tomorrow. If they see us as parents offering or accepting bribes, or behaving unethically, then that’s what they’ll do tomorrow.
So starting today, International Anti-Corruption Day, let’s stop corruption while it’s still small and manageable. This is my challenge to myself and to you. Let’s say no to corruption and wrongdoing today, and stop the rot for our children tomorrow!
Great to see Eskom is finally fighting corruption. After lifestyle-auditing +/-400 execs, sr managers in 2019, Eskom to do this to 2,300 more staff in key units. Eskom to contract investigators to sift thru personal info (bank accounts, assets) of its staff’s families https://lnkd.in/dztsJnQ #corruption #lifestyleaudits
It’s great to see heads finally starting to roll in the fight against injustice and corruption in South Africa. The EFF has been hit with a double blow on the legal front, this after the State charged both their commander-in-chief, Julius Malema, and his deputy, Floyd Shivambu. https://blog.fraudcracker.com/the-state-charges-eff-leaders-julius-malema-and-floyd-shivambu/
Jet-setting fraudster Dr Ruja Ignatova created the perfect scam: a multi-billion-dollar con, her own fake cryptocurrency OneCoin, a cult–like recruitment drive and a lucrative pyramid scheme. OneCoin attracted over $4,5bn. But within a few months, Ignatova vanished. She is wanted by the FBI for one of the biggest frauds in financial history https://blog.fraudcracker.com/the-cryptoqueen-the-hunt-for-a-multi-billion-dollar-scam-artist/
It’s taken a long time, but corrupt politicians involved in South Africa’s state capture are finally getting punished. The Hawks’ Serious Corruption Investigation team arrested ANC MP Bongani Bongo, a strong Zuma supporter. He appeared in court today on corruption charges, after he tried to bribe an advocate on the parliamentary commission of inquiry into Eskom’s state capture. https://blog.fraudcracker.com/anc-mp-bongani-bongo-arrested-for-corruption/ #corruption #arrest #BonganiBongo #bribery