Rwanda deepens anti-corruption efforts, amends anti-money laundering law
Randa recently amended anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing law and regulations, a move that aims to improve the investment climate. This comes on top of another change that will see the prosecution freeze bank accounts and properties of those suspected to be involved into corruption as soon as an investigation begins. Researcher and Political Analyst, Gatete Nyiringabo joins CNBC Africa for more.
July 30, 2020, published on CNBC-Africa