Pan Africa research network Afrobarometer says the majority of Zimbabweans view most members of the country’s police force as corrupt.
In the latest report, the Ghana-based research network said Zimbabweans have little faith in the police because of their unprofessional conduct.
“In Zimbabwe, survey findings paint a
Norton Member of Parliament , Temba Mliswa says Parliament is set to move a motion that will summon President Emmerson Mnangagwa to answer to corruption allegations levelled against his government as outlined on the Auditor's General (AG) report of 2020.
The AG, Mildret Chiri, in her
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Opposition leader, Nelson Chamisa Sunday declared that his government will enact a law that jails anyone convicted of corruption for life behind bars.
Chamisa noted that high levels of corruption are robbing the country of around US$1.8
Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) have brushed aside claims by the government that the economy is steadily recovering describing it as a “faceless growth” in the wake of a worsening economic conditions for the ordinary citizens.
Government is on record that it has introduced reforms to
President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday pledged to intensify the fight against corruption saying his administration is reorienting all sectors of the economy including the public, private, and non- governmental institutions towards a culture of honesty, accountability and transparency.
In a virtual address at the ongoing United Nations
Chairperson of The Elders, an independent group of world leaders, Mary Robinson has called on Zimbabwe to formulate national dialogue led by citizens in order to rebuild the country while upholding the rule of law.
Robinson made the remarks during the Third National Citizens Convention currently
Embattled Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF) president, Henrietta Rushwaya has been suspended to allow investigations to take place in a gold smuggling case she is facing.
Rushwaya was apprehended at the Robert Mugabe International Airport while attempting to smuggle six kilograms of gold to Dubai on Monday,
Outspoken independent legislator for Norton, Temba Mliswa has castigated the remaining bureaucrats in state institutions that served under the previous administration led by the late President Robert Mugabe accusing them of failing to execute their duties and adapting to the new dispensation.
Addressing journalists in Harare
The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) says it is still on course to achieve the set target of 80 dockets to be completed and submitted to the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) for prosecution by year end.
In an online interview recently, Zacc spokesperson John Makamure said the
Former Minister of Environment, Tourism and hospitality Prica Mupfumira's trial date has been set for a year after her arrest