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NATIONAL LEGISLATION OVERVIEWS

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Corruption Act, No. 94 of 1992

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1. [...repealed by Act 2004_012_036_20040428 - was entitled "Prohibition on offer or acceptance of benefit for commission of act in relation to certain powers or duties"]
2. [...repealed by Act 2004_012_036_20040428 - was entitled "Jurisdiction in respect of offences committed outside Republic"]
3. [...repealed by Act 2004_012_036_20040428 - was entitled "Penalties"]
4. [...repealed by Act 2004_012_036_20040428 - was entitled "Repeal of laws"]
5. [...repealed by Act 2004_012_036_20040428 - was entitled "Short title"]

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