Can the German tax system help to fight corruption in Africa? 23 African tax consultants are studying at the Berlin School of Economics and Law to try to find out.
At the Berlin School of Economics and Law, they're not only learning how German tax law works, but also looking for opportunities to improve their national systems. As representatives of the elite in their countries, they hope to reform the tax systems and especially attitudes to taxation when they return. Frank Kalinzje calls himself an agent of change, and he intends to do just that.