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Corruption in Africa

It's the third and final instalment in our series on corruption around the world. Having looked at the Middle East and Europe, we turn our attention to Africa, which has been in the spotlight at a World Bank meeting of corruption-busters.

  

  • George KAZOLIAS, Journalist, AITV-RFO
  • Catherine PIERCE, Board member, Transparence International France (By phone from Paris)
  • Stephen W. SMITH, Visiting Professor of African & African American Studies, Duke University, Author of Voyage en Postcolonie, le nouveau monde franco-africain (By satellite from Durham, NC)
  • John Mukum MBAKU, Professor of economics, Weber State University, Author of Corruption in Africa: Causes, Consequences, and Cleanups (By Skype from Ogden, Utah)

Programme produced by Perrine Desplats and Yi Song.

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2017-03-29 Brexit

'Thank you and goodbye': Clock starts on Brexit negotiations (part 1)

To those who still secretly wish Britain won't leave the EU, surely this is the "get over it" moment. To those who are cheering, be careful what you wish for. The British prime...

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2017-03-29 Brexit

'Thank you and goodbye': Clock starts on Brexit negotiations (part 2)

To those who still secretly wish Britain won't leave the EU, surely this is the "get over it" moment. To those who are cheering, be careful what you wish for. The British prime...

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2017-03-28 Africa

Famine as a weapon of war: 20 million lives at risk in Africa, Yemen (part 1)

Up to 20 million people face starvation in Yemen, Somalia, South Sudan and northeast Nigeria. Each case has this in common: conflict, the breakdown of public services and in the...

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2017-03-28 Africa

Famine as a weapon of war: 20 million lives at risk in Africa, Yemen (part 2)

Up to 20 million people face starvation in Yemen, Somalia, South Sudan and northeast Nigeria. Each case has this in common: conflict, the breakdown of public services and in the...

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2017-03-27 Europe

Do Russians care? Kremlin cracks down after anti-corruption protests (part 1)

Sunday saw Russia's biggest anti-government demonstrations in five years. Yet they may seem like a drop in the ocean. In cities from the Pacific port of Vladivostok to Saint...

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