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Countering the Corrupt

This book pulls together the themes discussed at four conferences on the fight against corruption in Africa which were held between 2014 and 2018 and which were organised by the KAS' Rule of Law Program for Sub Saharan Africa and the Institute for Accountability in Southern Africa. The book endeavours to share with the readers, the gist of those discussions in ‘a digestible and easily accessible format’.

Introduction


Chapter 1 - The Four Conferences


Chapter 2 - The Mission of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation


Chapter 3 - The Objectives of Accountability Now


Chapter 4 - The Purpose of Writing this Book


Chapter 5 - Toward a Definition of Corruption


Chapter 6 - The effects of Petty Corruption


Chapter 7 - The effects of Grand Corruption


Chapter 8 - The Need for effective and efficient Anti-Corruption machinery of State


Chapter 9 - The Criteria by which to evaluate Anti-Corruption Structures and Operations


Chapter 10 - To Be or Not to Be — an International Anti-Corruption Court


Chapter 11 - Identifying the Perpetrators of Corruption


Chapter 12 - Corruption as a Human Rights Violation


Chapter 13 - Corruption as a Crime Against the State and the Poor


Chapter 14 - The Protection of Whistle Blowers


Chapter 15 - The Regulation of Procurement of Goods and Services by the State


Chapter 16 - Corruption as a Whole-of-Society Challenge


Chapter 17 - The Role of Education in Countering the Corrupt


Chapter 18 - Minimum Sentencing and Other Punishment of the Corrupt


Chapter 19 - Preservation and Forfeiture of the Loot of Corruption


Chapter 20 - Appointment Procedures that Ensure Independence


Chapter 21 - The Role of Various Forms of Oversight in Countering Corruption


Chapter 22 - The Need to Nurture the Political Will to Eradicate Corruption


Chapter 23 - Excursus on Corruption in the Judiciary

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