Namibia: Ex-Ministers Charged With Bribery of U.S.$7 Million
[AllAfrica - Africa] - 2/12/2019
[Namibian] Former Cabinet ministers Bernhard Esau and Sacky Shanghala and three of their co-accused in the 'Fishrot' case received corrupt payments of at least N$103,6 million from Icelandic-owned companies that wanted to get access to Namibia's fish resources, the state is alleging in one of (...)... Article published by "AllAfrica" (Africa), read the rest of the news
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