ARINSA contact points hold retreat focusing on asset management and various aspects of seizing assets and following the proceeds of crime.
On 20 - 24 January 2019, ARINSA contact points from all the 16 Member countries converged in Cape Town (South Africa) for a retreat. The retreat provided ...
International Partnerships on Asset Recovery
Overview and Global Directory of Networks
By helping countries to establish systems to obtain information on the source, destination and ultimate beneficiary of proceeds of crime and corruption, asset recovery networks aim to help asset ...
Seven Chinese nationals in Zimbabwe court over rhino horn stashThe Independent
They are facing charges of breaching the country’s wildlife laws.
Zeng Dengui, 35; Peicon Jang, 35; Chen Zhiangfu, 30; Qui Jinchang, 29; Yu Xian, 25; Yong Zhu, 25 and Liu Cheng, 23 were arrested two days before ...Read the rest of this topic
Mozambique charges ex-minister, 17 others in $2bn loan fraud case
At least 18 people, including a former finance minister, have been charged for fraud involving $2bn in loans to state-owned companies in Mozambique, the Attorney General's Office (AGO) has said, in a scandal that has ...
Cambodia makes record breaking ivory haul at port
Cambodia has seized more than 3.2 tonnes of African ivory hidden in a storage container from Mozambique, a customs official has said.
The discovery of 1,026 tusks at the Phnom Penh Autonomous Port on Thursday followed a tip off from the US ...
Shocking report details massive illegal turtle trade network
A series of recent sting operations has led to dozens of arrests, thousands of reptiles seized
In a posh hotel room in Kuala Lumpur, a 35-year-old man wearing a dark button-down shirt smiled. He ...Read the rest of this topic
Indian-origin woman Shamila Batohi appointed head of South Africa’s prosecuting authority
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa announced the appointment of Batohi, during a nationally-televised address at the government headquarters, the Union Buildings, on Tuesday.
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14,000 government officials caught doing business with the state: report
An investigation by National Treasury has revealed that as many as 14,000 government officials are listed as directors of companies who have contracts with the state, Bloomberg reports, in direct contravention of ...
Money Lending Firm Directors Arrested in K28 Million Scandal
Chris Phiri | November 2, 2018
The Drug Enforcement Commission through its Anti-Money Laundering Investigations Unit in Lusaka has arrested and jointly charged three (03) Directors of Heritage Coin Resources Limited for money ...