Zim in debt trap: Zimcodd

Then Finance minister Mthuli Ncube last year approached Parliament seeking condonation for unauthorised expenditure amounting to US$100,7 billion in 2020 and US$6,8 billion for 2019.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Sep. 8, 2023

Cartel tries to frustrate gem sales deal

This, according to multiple sources, triggered a backlash from a cartel of middlemen that has been operating in cahoots with executives from MMCZ and ZCDC.
By Staff Writer Jun. 16, 2023

Auditor-General Chiri retires after 40 years

In an interview with the Independent, Chiri said: “My term of office has ended and I have officially retired definitely.
By Freeman Makopa May. 12, 2023

Candid Comment: Investigations not enough, punish offenders

Real action can only be felt if those on the wrong side of the law are arrested and punished.
By Tinashe Makichi Apr. 28, 2023

Corruption fuels Gweru service delivery collapse

The report revealed that some of the land in question was allocated for recreational sites, open spaces, and even golf courses, suggesting potential misappropriation of public resources.
By The Republic and Stephen Mbizi Apr. 16, 2023

No justification for child sexual abuse

It is a shame that older men, who are looked up to in families, are turning into perpetrators.
By Amh Voices Nov. 26, 2022

Govt officials too corrupt: ED

Mnangagwa said flouting of tender procedures had become the major scam by which senior government officials were stealing public funds.
By Miriam Mangwaya Oct. 22, 2022

CSOs demand Zim debt audit report for 1980 to date

This came out during an annual multi-stakeholder debt conference organised by the Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development (Zimcodd).
By Miriam Mangwaya Oct. 18, 2022

Corruption needs to be tackled effectively

This is despite the firm undertaking by the octogenarian leader when he came to power that eradicating such vices would be a key tenet of his presidency.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Oct. 14, 2022