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  1. PTI breathless supporters of PM Imran Khan are easily duped by his exceptional oratory skills and his sincere expression of normal
  2. Zeeshan Malik last played in National T20 Cup semi-final against Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and scored 29 off 21
  3. Punjab?s Anti-Corruption Establishment says all facts of project will be made public after a thorough investigation
  4. Anti-corruption officials say that PPSC Bahawalpur's Assistant Director Furqan Ahmed has been arrested
  5. Some MPAs and MNAs have allegedly damaged the national kitty through their illegal activities, says Punjab govt
  6. Head of the non-governmental Anti-Corruption Action Centre Vitaliy Shabunin, who was splashed with brilliant green substance, uses a loud-speaker during a rally in front of the Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office in Kiev, Ukraine,...
  7. President of South Africa Cyril Ramaphosa addresses MPs after being elected president in parliament in Cape Town, South Africa, February 15, 2018. ? Reuters CAPE TOWN: Cyril Ramaphosa was elected as South Africa?s president in a parliamentary vote on Thursday and pledged to tackle endemic corruption after scandal-ridden Jacob Zuma resigned on orders from the ruling African National Congress. The road back to prosperity and self-respect under Ramaphosa, 65, who became ANC head in December, will be long and hard in a nation still polarised by race and inequality more than two decades after the end of white-minority rule. Still, Zuma?s departure late on Wednesday provided evidence of the strength of South Africa?s democratic institutions, from the courts to the media and the constitution. Ramaphosa, in brief remarks to parliament ahead of his first state of the nation address expected on Friday, said he would work hard ?not to disappoint the people of South Africa.? ?The issues that you have raised, issues that have to do with corruption, issues of how we can straighten out our state-owned enterprises and how we deal with state capture (influence-peddling) are issues that are on our radar screen,? he said. Ramaphosa was elected unopposed as Zuma?s permanent successor by parliament, and confirmed in the post by South African Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng, who had earlier read out the former president?s resignation letter. Ramaphosa was expected to be sworn in later on Thursday, and to make any changes to the cabinet after his address on Friday. The rand, which has gained ground whenever Zuma ran into political turbulence, soared to a near three-year high against the dollar on word of his resignation. South Africa's Zuma and his numerous scandals A list of the main scandals, involving Zuma, dating from before he became president in 2009 South Africa?s main stock market index jumped nearly 4 percent and headed for its biggest one-day gain in more than two years as investors hailed Zuma?s exit after nine years in office rife with allegations of sleaze and mismanagement. Ratings agency Moody?s said it was closely monitoring developments in South Africa, focusing on the policy implications of Zuma?s political demise. The S&P Global agency said South Africa?s sovereign credit ratings and outlook will not be immediately affected by the change of the country?s leadership. Uphill challenge Ramaphosa, who will be president until elections next year, faces an uphill battle to earn back public and investor support. But his stated commitment to boosting growth and stamping out graft has gone down well with foreign investors and ANC members who felt Zuma?s handling of the economy could seriously damage the party in the 2019 election. Africa?s most developed economy needs faster economic growth if it is to reduce high unemployment - currently at 27 percent - and alleviate persistent, widespread poverty that aggravates inequality and stokes instability. The economy, Africa?s most advanced, remains largely under the control of whites who held power under apartheid. The 75-year-old Zuma said in a 30-minute farewell address to the nation he disagreed with the way the ANC had thrust him toward an early exit after Ramaphosa replaced him as party president, but would accept its orders. ?Zuma did the right thing to resign. Yes, let?s see what Ramaphosa is having for us, thank you,? said Hlengiwe Mswazi, an office worker in the capital Pretoria. Tshepo Kgobane, also in Pretoria, said: ?So it is a good thing that he resigned. We must have a party, a big party, we must throw a party because he resigned. We wanted to see that.? Zuma bowed out hours after police raided the luxury home of the Gupta family, the Indian-born billionaire allies of the former president who have been at the center of corruption accusations against Zuma and his circle for years. Zuma and the Guptas have always denied wrongdoing. 'Going, going, gone' ?Defiant in defeat? and ?Going, Going, Gone? were among the newspaper headlines that captured Zuma?s unwillingness to leave. ?South Africa?s long nightmare is over,? read the headline from online political news website Daily Maverick. Julius Malema, leader of the far-left Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), led his party in a mass walkout from parliament on Thursday, saying it would not take part in the election of a new president so as not to legitimise an ANC candidate. Zuma quits as President of South Africa The ruling party had said it would vote him out on Thursday The EFF, which has six percent of the seats in parliament, had sponsored a no-confidence motion in Zuma that would have gone ahead on Thursday had Zuma not jumped. The foundation set up to guard the legacy of the late anti-apartheid icon and first black South African president Nelson Mandela said Zuma?s departure brought to an end ?a painful era for the country.? ?One chapter in South Africa?s political soap opera has finally ended with the resignation last night of President Jacob Zuma,? NKC African Economics analysts wrote in a note. ?It would be gratifying to see the dedication and purpose the ANC put into ridding itself of Zuma now be directed into rebuilding the economy, dealing with the corruption still residing in the ANC and improving its shoddy governance record.? South African police said officers had arrested eight people so far in its investigations into high-echelon influence-peddling revolving around the Gupta family. Chief prosecutor Shaun Abrahams declared Ajay Gupta, one of the three Gupta brothers, a ?fugitive from justice? after he failed to hand himself in. Abrahams provided no further details. State broadcaster SABC said a Gupta family member was among those detained, while a senior judicial source said police were expected to arrest up to seven more people and that Gupta family members would be among them. Police said the raid on the Gupta estate was in connection with a state-funded dairy farm, which prosecutors last month called a ?scheme designed to defraud and steal.?
  8. DUBAI/RIYADH: Two sons of Saudi Arabia?s late King Abdullah have been released from detention at Riyadh?s Ritz-Carlton hotel, days after nearly two dozen other detainees in the kingdom?s two-month-old anti-corruption campaign were also freed. Saudi Arabia?s attorney general approved the release of Prince Meshaal bin Abdullah and Prince Faisal bin Abdullah after they reached financial settlements with the government, a senior Saudi official with knowledge of the matter told Reuters. The source did not elaborate on the settlements. The attorney general had not yet reached a decision on whether to release a third brother, Prince Turki bin Abdullah, the source said. A related member of the royal family, Princess Nouf bint Abdullah bin Mohammed bin Saud, tweeted photos of the two princes and exclamations of thanks on Thursday. Saudi security forces rounded up some 200 princes, ministers and business leaders and converted the Ritz-Carlton into a luxurious prison for them in early November in what Riyadh said was a crackdown on corruption. The move was also widely seen by analysts as helping Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman consolidate his grip on power, after he ousted his cousin as heir to the throne in the summer. The most powerful of King Abdullah?s sons, former National Guard chief Prince Miteb bin Abdullah, was released last month after agreeing to pay the government $1 billion. Prince Miteb had been the last member of Abdullah?s Shammar branch of the family to retain a key position in the Saudi power structure, after Prince Meshaal and Prince Turki were relieved of their posts as governors in 2015. Saudi newspaper Okaz reported on Tuesday that 23 individuals had been released after reaching deals with the government and that more were expected to follow in the days ahead. Others who had not reached settlements would face trial, the report said.
  9. VALLETTA: Three men were charged in Malta on Tuesday with murder over a car bomb blast that killed anti-corruption journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, according to a statement read out in court. Caruana Galizia died instantly when her car was blown up as she drove out of her home on Oct. 16, a killing that shocked Malta and raised concern within the European Union about the rule of law on the tiny Mediterranean island.
  10. DUBAI: Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed recorded his statement on being approached by suspected bookie before the International Cricket Council?s Anti-Corruption Unit on Saturday. The Anti-Corruption Unit also conducted a detailed interview of Sarfraz regarding the matter. Earlier in the day, sources revealed that Sarfraz was approached by a bookie who made a spot-fixing offer to him during the ongoing ODI series against Sri Lanka in UAE. The officer of the Anti-Corruption Unit probed Sarfraz and asked questions such as ?how long have you known the suspected fixer,? ?have you ever taken money from the fixer?, and ?have you ever accepted any gift from the suspected fixer.? Sarfraz approached by bookie for spot-fixing during Sri Lanka series The skipper rejected the spot-fixing bid and immediately reported the approach to PCB Sarfraz, however, rejected the offer and immediately reported the approach to the Pakistan Cricket Board?s Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU), sources said. A day ago, it was reported that an ?important? member of Pakistan squad had been approached by an international fixing syndicate, but the cricketer had foiled the spot-fixing bid and alerted the ACU officials. Sources revealed later that the cricketer in question was skipper Sarfraz, who was shopping with his family at a mall in Dubai when he was approached by a bookie ahead of the second ODI against Sri Lanka. The bookie came up to the captain, who first thought he was a fan requesting for a selfie. The man, however, made a spot-fixing bid to Sarfraz who turned it down on the spot and reported the approach to PCB?s security officials staying with the team. Sarfraz also reported the approach to Director Security Colonel Azam in Lahore. Following the incident, the PCB forwarded the investigation into the spot-fixing approach to the International Cricket Council's (ICC) Anti-Corruption Unit. PCB chairman Najam Sethi confirmed the approach, without naming the player. "A player was approached. As per rules he immediately reported to PCB who informed ICC. Matters are jointly in hand. No further comment," he tweeted.
  11. Khalid Latif pictured with his legal counsel. Photo: File LAHORE: Pakistani cricketer Khalid Latif?s legal counsel boycotted the Pakistan Cricket Board?s (PCB) anti-corruption tribunal on Saturday. The cricketer, who is currently suspended for alleged involvement in spot-fixing, refused to appear before the PCB?s anti-corruption tribunal following a tiff with the PCB?s legal counsel. Badar Alam-Khalid?s lawyer- said that he has reservations against tribunal?s head Justice (retd) Asghar Haider while speaking to the media after appearing before the tribunal on Saturday. He explained that he had asked for the video of the May 19 hearing, but that was rejected by the tribunal. The tribunal claimed that the video is the property of the PCB. However, he said that his client will no longer appear before the tribunal unless the video is issued to them. ?We protested the hearing and left it. Currently, the hearing is going on without us,? he remarked. The PCB?s anti-corruption tribunal?s hearing is not according to the constitution, it is following the jirga system, he had alleged. On Friday hearing, a heated exchange of words was reported between the counsels of PCB and Khalid Latif during the hearing of PSL spot-fixing tribunal. Badar Alam told the press that the tribunal mistreated his client as he is not being given a proper opportunity to defend his case. Read more: Spot-fixing tribunal: Khalid Latif's counsel, PCB at loggerheads Alam claimed that in a video presented to the tribunal, it is evident that Nasir Jamshed offered a number of times to Khalif Latif which he refused. However, these claims were countered by PCB's legal adviser Tafazzul Rizvi, who said PCB has ample evidence against Latif. ?Not only we found grips given by the bookie Yousuf in Latif's kitbag but also they were on his bats ? which he had admitted". NCA returns Nasir Jamshed?s electronics National Crime Agency (NCA) returned Nasir Jamshed, also alleged to be involved in spot-fixing scandal, his laptop and IPad, he said while speaking to Geo News on Saturday. ?They even told me that they will contact me if they want to later on,? he said. He informed that his passport is still with NCA, adding that he is on bail till June 27. ?I will also approach the court regarding my character assassination by the PCB?, he remarked, adding that he has also contacted his lawyer for advice.
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