Anatomy of a Bribe | Al Jazeera Investigations

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Al Jazeera’s Investigative Unit secretly films officials in Namibia demanding cash in exchange for political favours. It’s a story of how foreign companies plunder Africa’s natural resources. Using confidential documents provided to Al Jazeera by Wikileaks, . “Anatomy of a Bribe” exposes the government ministers and public officials willing to sell off Namibia’s assets in return for millions of dollars in bribes. Al Jazeera journalists spent three months undercover posing as foreign investors looking to exploit the lucrative Namibian fishing Industry. The country’s Minister of Fisheries is shown willing to use a front company to accept a $200,000 ‘donation’. Exclusive testimony from a whistleblower who worked for Iceland’s largest fishing company reveals that his employers instructed him to bribe ministers and even the president in return for fishing rights worth hundreds of millions of dollars.

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Queen Anies
Queen Anies - 6 klukkustundum síðan
Shout out to Jòhannes stefànsson! He is a true HERO. He has a kind heart
B B C B B C
B B C B B C - 16 klukkustundum síðan
Accordingly to the Bible, Jacob was White and Esau was Black. God made everything Black to be corrupt, mischievous, devious, self-destructive, foolish, retarded, blind and hopeless from cape Town to Cairo.
DICKENS KIBUNJA
DICKENS KIBUNJA - Degi Síðan síðan
They view Africa as a COUNTRY! Seriously!!
joel . joel belanger
joel . joel belanger - Degi Síðan síðan
NANACK
joel . joel belanger
joel . joel belanger - Degi Síðan síðan
RAHMAN JÉHOVA DIEU JEAN MICHEL BAPTISE MON NOM
joel . joel belanger
joel . joel belanger - Degi Síðan síðan
ICI DIEU JOËL BÉLANGER
thirion kapitako
thirion kapitako - Degi Síðan síðan
Thnk u Al Jazeera for making this come to light
Sebastie Cortes
Sebastie Cortes - 2 dögum síðan
Excellent journalist investigation.
Jan Bergfors
Jan Bergfors - 2 dögum síðan
I have visit Namibia a couple of times over the last two decades and more and more white citizens had to share political power with colored. Now I think they are completely pushed out. Was it as corrupt back when white people ran the show in Namibia and gave away their country’s wealth??
It was super nice visiting back in early 2000. I don’t now how it’s now though.
Rose Wambui
Rose Wambui - 2 dögum síðan
Saddening
Jimmy Kay
Jimmy Kay - 2 dögum síðan
In Kenya its worse.... This part killed me'one girl here one there ' shame on you. In Africa, we have a big problem... Greedy leaders. I would like to know whether they are in Prison. In Kenya, they are bailed out after going to prison for less than a week...
Joy Lwangu
Joy Lwangu - 2 dögum síðan
The issue is very serious but my brain is just stuck on the Hatukulipi brothers..
Hatukulipi in Swahili means We are not going to pay you.
Theo Bouwer
Theo Bouwer - 2 dögum síðan
Absolute power corrupts. We have the same problems here in South Africa as in the whole of Africa.
THELOSTCANNON DYNAMICS
THELOSTCANNON DYNAMICS - 2 dögum síðan
My question as I watch this, have these corrupt fellows been charged ?or are they still walking freely and manipulating evidence in an attempt to hide the truth. wake up Africa.wake up Namibia.
November Obwollo Denis
November Obwollo Denis - 2 dögum síðan
That's Al'jazeera for you!
lahja maggy
lahja maggy - 2 dögum síðan
God bless Johannes for the truth❤
Rivers Bliss
Rivers Bliss - 2 dögum síðan
Steal one goat and get 25 years
Steal more than 2 billion dollars and you get investigated
Pigs Owner
Pigs Owner - 2 dögum síðan
Well done by AL Jazeera TV 🙏👏🌹🇰🇪 kill all of the African leaders, I hate this behavior
Blackvaginafinda
Blackvaginafinda - 2 dögum síðan
South west africans must wake up ... peopke are so behind smh wherever suid afrika goes they follow like herd
Yemisi Dania
Yemisi Dania - 3 dögum síðan
$200,000 bribe will not even make the news in Nigeria. I can see Namibia is still learning. In Nigeria bribery at the minister level will be in the millions of dollar.
yaliso gioouy
yaliso gioouy - 3 dögum síðan
“I am for sure at risk of going to jail. If that is the cost I have to pay to expose this, I have long time ago come to terms with that”. Bring them all down with you Johannes.
UGANDA Safaris Kim Stanely mulondo
These kind of leaders roam whole Africa as I know it :(
Erna og Eyþór
Erna og Eyþór - 3 dögum síðan
Dirt all over
Pauline Ungaji
Pauline Ungaji - 3 dögum síðan
A very daring and risky investigative piece. Kudos!
yaliso gioouy
yaliso gioouy - 3 dögum síðan
defence.... as a minister of justice i waited more articulation , sense from him!!!
Megan Knipe
Megan Knipe - 3 dögum síðan
Well done Al Jazeera!
GMC 254Quads
GMC 254Quads - 3 dögum síðan
I don't know whether to be happy or sad that Africans are failing even in corruption but this is the best investigative journalism ever! Good work Al Jazeera.
Thomas
Thomas - 3 dögum síðan
they all deserve the guillotine
Dugie Doogs
Dugie Doogs - 3 dögum síðan
As horrible as this is, this is child's play... The tourism minister in Zimbabwe just helped herself to ninety-five million US dollars, it wasn't even a bribe, she just looted it and was then given bail... Meanwhile millions starve.
Frednard Tuhafeni
Frednard Tuhafeni - 3 dögum síðan
May GOD give you more life Johannes
Alex M
Alex M - 3 dögum síðan
Namibia has had the benefit of studying what neighbouring countries did after independence. Especially the elite who can drive the country's direction. So disappointing
Áfram