Bribery for Africa: 4

Bribery for Africa: 4

Wikipedia on Sexwale and Guinea

In June 2012 Business Insider reported that former ANC cabinet minister Tokyo Sexwale was leading a group of South Africans who had devised a plan to take over mineral assets and mining concessions, which the Guinean government planned to renationalize after revoking deals struck by previous governments in power.

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