corruption

Mnangagwa decries GMB rot

Mnangagwa decries GMB rot

VICE-PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday took the Grain Marketing Board (GMB) management to task over its failure to pay farmers for grain deliveries despite receiving money for strategic grain reserves from Treasury each year.

Mugabe to name corrupt ministers

Mugabe to name corrupt ministers

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe will soon be naming and shaming government ministers and officials who have been involved in corruption over the years and those caught in the net will be prosecuted, Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa has warned.

Shun corruption, magistrates told

Shun corruption, magistrates told

CHIEF magistrate Mishrod Guvamombe has deplored corruption as intolerable and urged members of the judiciary not to be entangled in it for justice to prevail effectively.

Khaya Moyo cracks whip

Khaya Moyo cracks whip

ZANU PF national chairman Simon Khaya Moyo yesterday said corruption and indiscipline are tearing the ruling party apart and revealed that he has been mandated to crack the whip to root out the problems.

Asiagate: Zifa vindicated

Asiagate: Zifa vindicated

ZIFA, led by Cuthbert Dube, feels vindicated by its bid to clean up the game of corruption after convicted match-fixer Wilson Raj Perumal finally broke the ice of the match-fixing scandal that rocked Zimbabwe football between 2007 to 2009.

Mavhaire challenged on Zesa

Mavhaire challenged on Zesa

ENERGY and Power Development minister Dzikamai Mavhaire has been urged to deal with alleged rampant corruption at Zesa Holdings to bring normalcy to operations as a matter of urgency.

Anti-corruption commissioner nominations open

Anti-corruption commissioner nominations open

PARLIAMENT’S Standing Rules and Orders Committee has invited nominations for new Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) commissioners days after Home Affairs minister Kembo Mohadi told Parliament that he had reversed the reappointment of commissioners.

Mr Speaker, Parliament  should probe corruption

Mr Speaker, Parliament should probe corruption

THIS opinion is in response to the ruling made by the Zimbabwean Speaker of the National Assembly Jacob Mudenda on Tuesday which prohibited MPs from forming an ad hoc committee to investigate cases of corruption in public and private institutions.

Mudenda bars MPs  from probing graft

Mudenda bars MPs from probing graft

SPEAKER of the National Assembly Jacob Mudenda yesterday made a landmark ruling which barred members of Parliament from forming an ad hoc committee to investigate corruption at public and private institutions.

Tsvangirai reads riot act

Tsvangirai reads riot act

MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai has warned councillors from his party that the he will wield the axe on them if they abuse their positions and engage in corrupt activities.

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