Mliswa accuses Mudenda of sitting on investigation report

By Own Correspondent Norton legislator Temba Mliswa has accused the Speaker of National Assembly Jacob Mudenda of deliberately delaying in releasing the investigation report on legislators who were accused of asking for a facilitation bribe from an investor. The legislators, Temba Mliswa (Norton), Leonard Chikomba (Gokwe-Kabuyuni), Anele Ndebele (Magwegwe) and Prince Dubeko Sibanda (Binga North) …

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Auditor General’s Report | STATE ENTERPRISES & PARASTATALS REPORT

Audit mandate My duties as set out in the Constitution of Zimbabwe and amplified in the Audit Office Act [Chapter 22:18] are, in addition to examining, auditing and reporting on accounts of all persons entrusted with public monies or state property, to audit all institutions and agencies of government, and at the request of government …

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Auditor General’s Report | STATE ENTERPRISES & PARASTATALS REPORT

Audit mandate My duties as set out in the Constitution of Zimbabwe and amplified in the Audit Office Act [Chapter 22:18] are, in addition to examining, auditing and reporting on accounts of all persons entrusted with public monies or state property, to audit all institutions and agencies of government, and at the request of government …

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Parliament seeks to charge Obert Mpofu

By Daniel Chigundu Portfolio Committee on Mines and Energy is expected to table a report in the National Assembly next week seeking authority to charge Minister of Home Affairs Obert Mpofu with contempt of Parliament for failing to appear before the committee. Minister Mpofu who was in charge of the mining portfolio when the country reportedly lost about US$15 billion worth of diamond revenue refused …

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Parliament seeks to charge Obert Mpofu

By Daniel Chigundu Portfolio Committee on Mines and Energy is expected to table a report in the National Assembly next week seeking authority to charge Minister of Home Affairs Obert Mpofu with contempt of Parliament for failing to appear before the committee. Minister Mpofu who was in charge of the mining portfolio when the country reportedly lost about US$15 billion worth of diamond revenue refused …

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The birth & growth of a cartel in the ICT sector in Zimbabwe | #NetOneGate

By Reward Kangai 28 December 2017 His Excellency Cde. E.D.Mnangagwa, President of the Republic of Zimbabwe Introduction: Mid – December 2014, saw the appointment of Hon. Supa Mandiwanzira as the Minister of Information Communication Technologies, Postal & Courier Services, replacing Hon. Webster K. Shamu. This event marked the birth of a cartel in the ICT sector in Zimbabwe as will be fully explained below. NetOne ‘re-structuring …

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Grievance Sipikita’s One Man Demo & Open Letter To President Mugabe

by Kalabash Reporter A Harare vendor, Grievance Sipikita Tuesday held a one man demonstration at the Africa Unity Square and wrote a scathing letter urging President Robert Mugabe to take a firmer stance against rampant corruption perpetrated by his Cabinet Ministers and senior government officials, among other influential figures in the country. In the strongly […]

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