Survey Finds Corruption Rife in Africa, Except Rwanda

A new report finds corruption by public officials remains a major problem in countries across Africa – with one notable exception.

Berlin-based Transparency International surveyed perceived levels of corruption among people in 107 countries, including 24 in Africa.

In 11 African countries, more than half of those surveyed reported paying a bribe within the past year. In Liberia and Sierra Leone, more than three-quarters said they paid a bribe.

Asked which institutions are most corrupt, …

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