President Rodrigo Duterte boasted that his administration does not have any problems with money.
Travel agencies accredited by the government are raking in money by allegedly pricing visas upon arrival (VUA) for Chinese nationals by as much as P10,000 each, Senator Risa Hontiveros has found.
Malacañang believes the government should invest more money on sports.
President Rodrigo Duterte’s partner, Honeylet Avanceña, has grown rich from her businesses that she no longer needs his money.
President Rodrigo Duterte has warned agrarian reform beneficiaries against selling their lands and investing their money in KAPA.
President Rodrigo has a tip for those looking for lovers: don't go for jobless people.
Former CJ Maria Lourdes Sereno tells President Rodrigo Duterte: Allowances and benefits of Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) came from taxpayers money, it's not your money
A businesswoman at the centre of a massive Manila corruption scandal has been charged in the US with laundering about $20 million allegedly pilfered from the Philippine state, prosecutors said, adding they would seek her extradition.
Duterte asks 'fiesta-loving' Church: Sunday collections are also people's money. Where are these funds now?
President Omar al-Bashir vowed Monday to launch a "war on corruption" in a bid to revive Sudan's ailing economy and curb food price rises.