LOADING
PREV
NEXT
http://www.ficac.org.fj/components/com_gk3_photoslide/thumbs_big/848239logo.png
http://www.ficac.org.fj/components/com_gk3_photoslide/thumbs_big/438638TLTB_LOGO.jpg
http://www.ficac.org.fj/components/com_gk3_photoslide/thumbs_big/717470FPF.jpg
http://www.ficac.org.fj/components/com_gk3_photoslide/thumbs_big/927982jaswant_kumar.gif

LTA Officer charged with Bribery

A Certifying Officer with the Land Transport Authority appeared before Magistrate Mosese Naivalu in the Ba Magistrates Court this morning where the Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption charged him with one Count of Bribery.

Read more

Bakani Pleads Guilty

The former General Manager of the then Native Lands Trust Board (NLTB) pled Guilty to five charges of Abuse of Office in the Suva High Court today.

Read more

Police Officers take their plea

Two police officers FICAC charged in February of 2014 for 3 counts of bribery have taken their plea.

Read more

Court of Appeal grants former Mayor’s application

The Fiji Court of Appeal has granted former Mayor of Nasinu Town Council’s wish to withdraw his appeal against his conviction and sentence.

Read more

News

Trial dates were set in the Suva High Court on 2 July 2014 for Mahendra Motibhai Patel, Tevita Peni Mau and Dhirendra Pratap. High Court Judge, Justice Prabaharan Kumararatnam informed all parties that trial would be set from
34 Hits
A former Senior Research Officer at the Koronivia Research Station of the Department of        Agriculture was taken to Court this morning for one (1) count of Accepting an Advantage and five        (5) counts of
42 Hits
Special Constable Pleads Not Guilty A Special Constable with the Fiji Police Force appeared in the Lautoka High Court on 25 June 2014 where he pled Not Guilty to three counts of Bribery. FICAC laid the charges against Prasad
75 Hits
LTA Officer charged with Bribery A Certifying Officer with the Land Transport Authority appeared before Magistrate Mosese Naivalu in the Ba Magistrates Court this morning where the Fiji Independent Commission Against
96 Hits