A media release supported by Namibian civil society and international anti-corruption activists calling on,
A joint media release from the IPPR and Transparency International Iceland calling for suspects in both Iceland and Namibia to be held legally accountable for the Fishrot corruption scandal
In the wake of the Fishrot scandal, Namibian civil society needs to significantly step up its efforts to fight corruption. The best way of doing this would be for civil society organisations to create a common platform that can vigorously promote a national anti-corruption agenda.
Even before this weekend’s botched warrant of arrest (for Bernard Esau), the Anti-Corruption Commission’s independence and competence have long been questioned. Several key corruption cases have either collapsed in court or seen the Prosecutor General decline to prosecute – suggesting shoddy investigations by the ACC (although questions about the PG’s own performance and delays in […]