Can the gains of corruption be recovered once the corrupt rulers have gone? Steve Evans talks to Donald Kaberuka, President of the African Development Bank and to Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala who was the former Finance Minister and Foreign Minister of Nigeria but who is now Managing Director of the World Bank. With much hope now being put on the United Nations Convention Against Corruption, it's being toughened so that country's can get back money shifted out by corrupt leaders. Plus an African view of Goldman Sachs from our commentator Bright Simons in Ghana. Also the roots of Jewish success. How anti-Semitism strengthened enterprise. American Jewish historian Jerry Muller, has written a book called "Capitalism and the Jews". He explains to Steve how discrimination pushed Jews towards commerce.