A new survey of Africans’ views on corruption has found not only do they think it’s getting worse, but a quarter have had to pay bribes.
Last year's Black Panther film presented the inspiring vision of a technologically supreme Africa – but progressive financing is needed to set it moving forward.
The world is changing, and investors and consumers want to back businesses that go above and beyond on fulfilling their environmental, social and governance obligations.
Why is transparency so critical? Simply put, transparency makes possible the three vital elements essential for a global inclusive workforce to be successful - trust, engagement and accou...
Corruption harms education and takes funds away from roads and hospitals - but there are ways to help governments fight back.
The gender pay gap can be a controversial topic, but whatever way you look at the data, around the world women are being paid less than men for the same job. More must be done to fix this.
Corruption remains arguably the largest impediment to global economic and political progress. But a new wave of civic activists is pushing back against the old ways of fighting corruption...
Gerald Cotten was the only person that knew the password to gain access to millions of dollars worth of Bitcoin and other crytocurrencies.
Denmark is the least corrupt nation in the world, according to Transparency International's latest perception poll. But no country is without its problems, says the NGO.
Daphne Caruana Galizia was assassinated in Malta on October 16, 2017, when a bomb placed under the driver’s seat of her car exploded.
The UN says corruption is one of the "biggest impediments" to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals - and has mounted an international campaign to combat it.
Using technology tools, social media, civic participation and mass demonstration, Africa's young people are on an anti-corruption crusade, writes Shakir Akorede.
A new technological leap forward in the property sector is creating confident businesses, effective governments and safe citizens, says Jeremy Kelly of cities research centre JLL.
On the first anniversary of the assassination of investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, we must remember what the sacrifice of heroes like her teach us, writes Isabel Cane.
Through technology and public-private partnerships, it is now possible for both emerging and developed countries to advance transparency in government, save millions of dollars and better...