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Just In:46 money changers & touts arrested

FORTY-SIX people were this week arrested for touting and causing obstruction along pavements in the CBD. Speaking during the Crime Awareness Campaign conducted an awareness campaign on gender based violence focusing on the 16 days of activism and drug use and abuse at ranks, Harare Police Spokesperson Assistant Inspector Webster Dzvova touts and people milling around were a menace in… Read More
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Namibia opposition accuses Muchinguri of aiding vote manipulation

WINDHOEK, Namibia – Namibia’s opposition parties are crying foul after incumbent president Hage Geingob was re-elected for a second term with a reduced majority on Saturday. Geingob’s rivals are claiming vote manipulation and accused the SADC observer mission headed by Zimbabwe’s defence minister Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri of being unfit for the task. Mike Kavekotora, the leader of the Rally for Democracy… Read More
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ZACC ready to assist local councils to plug loopholes

The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) says it is ready to assist local authorities to improve systems and procedures to plug loopholes as the anti-graft drive intensifies. This comes after the recent arrest of three Harare City Council employees who stand accused of awarding tenders to supply goods and services to companies they have links with. ZACC Representative at the second… Read More
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‘Mnangagwa uses luxury jet to loot diamonds and foreign currency’

President Emmerson Mnangagwa seemingly sensing his imminent boot from power, is allegedly involved in grand looting of the country’s scarce foreign currency coffers and resources using his chain of hired private jets to secure financial and tax havens abroad, Spotlight Zimbabwe, has been told. According to a current member of Mnangagwa’s Presidential Advisory Committee (PAC), and a former adviser to… Read More
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Mnangagwa’s minister caught in messy scandal

INDUSTRY and Commerce minister Sekai Nzenza has been accused of failing to pay back US$8 000 she allegedly took from the corruption-ridden National Social Security Authority (NSSA) under the guise of doing ministry work, but converted it to personal use. Nzenza took the money when she was Labour minister before she was shunted to the Industry minister by President Emmerson… Read More
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Banks In Trouble As New Zimbabwe Currency Floods Black Market A Day After Release

“The @ReserveBankZIM is always wrongly accused of channelling cash to the black market. That’s a false accusation. The real culprits are banks. Bank Managers are the culprits here.The Reserve Bank is complicit because they DON’T penalize these rogue banks. That’s disappointing,” said one Kudzai Mutisi. “While I don’t exonerate bank managers the RBZ has over the years been buying foreign currency… Read More
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SEE PIC: “Ecocash Agent” Displays Huge Amounts Of Cash

A picture of an “Ecocash Agent” trading at “an undesignated site” is making rounds on social media. The picture portrays a man sitting behind a wooden table. On top of the table, the man is displaying cash, notes and coins, something Ecocash would deem unsafe. Usually, Ecocash Agents are found in booths orshops which are recommended for safety reasons. The… Read More
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Mnangagwa ally lays into minister

A Zanu-PF youth leader has accused a deputy minister of sabotaging President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s economic reforms by refusing to embrace the local currency, in yet another sign of widening rifts in the ruling party. Lewis Matutu, the deputy secretary for youth affairs and close ally of Mnangagwa from the Midlands, claimed Industry deputy minister Raj Modi’s businesses were charging in… Read More
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ED’s Advisor Attacks State Capture, Corruption & Bad Governance

A member of the Presidential Advisory Council (PAC), Shingi Munyeza, said that bad governance and corruption, among other vices, have to go if Zimbabwe is to succeed. Speaking to the Daily News on Friday, the clergyman revealed that he is not a fan of marches and prefers dialogue instead. He said: I believe that bad governance, corruption, lack of constitutionalism and state capture are… Read More
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