Companies implicated in corrupt activities in SA will now have the option to settle matters with law enforcement agencies via alternative dispute resolution mechanisms without facing criminal charges, in a first for the country.

The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) on Friday released the long-awaited corporate alternative resolution directive (C-ADR), which is meant to guide prosecutors on what to consider when engaging companies looking to escape criminal charges...

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