TOBACCO farmers in Zimbabwe continue to suffer as tobacco companies are now taking advantage of the lockdown restrictions buying the crop at low prices as farmers are denied ...Read more 2
Mining stakeholders have urged government to adopt the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) to help promote transparency and curb corruption in the mining industry. ...Read more Comments Off on Govt urged to adopt EITI to curb corruption
WHEN a country’s leadership is serious about fighting corruption, positive things happen. China and Singapore are examples of what happens when political leaders put their money where their mouths are ...Read more Comments Off on Lessons from China on corruption
The name Gupta has become synonymous with state corruption in South Africa, as the family allegedly used its friendship with Jacob Zuma when he was president to win contracts and pick cabinet members. ...Read more Comments Off on How deep does the rabbit hole of South Africa corruption go?
South Africa’s deputy minister of finance and chairman of the state-owned Public Investment Corporation (PIC), Mondli Gungubele, said on Wednesday he had done nothing wrong after a whistleblower made new graft allegations at the pension fund. ...Read more Comments Off on South Africa’s deputy finance minister denies corruption allegations
During a December 20, 2018 appearance before a parliamentary committee, central bank governor John Mangudya was asked if it was sustainable for government to continue subsidising fuel. “Why not let all fuel retailers sell in forex?” one lawmaker asked. ...Read more Comments Off on Fueling the fire: corruption and subsidies got us here
HIGH Court judge Justice Thompson Mabhikwa has urged government to capacitate the Judiciary to enable it to deal with perpetrators of economic crimes. ...Read more Comments Off on Judge slams economic criminals
The term “ex-ante review” means prospective review and is more proactive and widely accepted ahead of ex-post facto review that is regarded retrospective. ...Read more Comments Off on Ex-ante review of public procurement decisions
There was drama at the Harare Magistrates’ Court yesterday where convicted former Air Zimbabwe (AirZim) chief executive officer Peter Chikumba and the airline’s former company secretary Grace Pfumbidzai’s relatives openly wept after the two were slapped with a 10-year jail term each ...Read more 11
YOUNG people are very impressionable. ...Read more Comments Off on Passing baton of corruption
Zimbabwe has the dubious distinction of being the third most corrupt country in Africa. ...Read more Comments Off on Combating corruption: The beginning of a fresh struggle?