Fighting Corruption: ZACC attributes ineffectiveness to weak laws

By Tafadzwa Muranganwa The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) says it is not able to effectively carry out its anti-corruption mandate due to weak and inconsistent laws. Since its formation in 2013, ZACC has not done anything meaningful despite being funded through public funds every year, a development which has seen it being unpopular with many Zimbabweans who are pissed by went-away corruption which has eroded …

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Is Shumba extorting companies?

By Daniel Chigundu OUTSPOKEN Norton legislator Temba Mliswa has told the National Assembly that Mines and Energy Committee chairperson Daniel Shumba is demanding money from companies so that they won’t appear before his portfolio committee. Raising a point of order in the National Assembly, Honourable Mliswa said he has evidence to show that Honourable Shumba has extortionist tendencies and must be reigned on. “…He (Shumba) …

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Unemployment blamed for the deadly Sabi gold War

By Watmore Makokoba Worsening economic conditions culminating into high levels of poverty, unemployment and stiff competition for resources are the main causes of the recent deadly clashes that have claimed lives at Sabi gold mining community in Zvishavane, a human rights and community watch organisation warned. The Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) has urged the Ministry of Mines and mining Development to look into the issue …

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