EditorialComment: Govt not serious about fighting graft

Since the era of Robert Mugabe’s regime, the OAG has religiously released reports showing leakages in government departments that often point to criminal intent.
By The Standard Jul. 14, 2024

Emergency programmes: The economic sinkhole

Media reports say the Zec tenders could be as high as US$100 million.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu Jul. 13, 2024

Please stop making our children idolise tyranny, Mr President

Surely, who, in their right mind, would actually believe that running down a country and bringing indescribable misery on people’s lives is a good thing?
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana Jul. 9, 2024

Corruption watch: Deep cartels (Part 6): State capture vs political patronage

This debate had been motivated by the current drama featuring—you guessed right—Wicknell Chivayo, Mike Chimombe, Moses Mpofu and Scott Sakupwanya
By Tawanda Majoni Jul. 7, 2024

Association with Chivayo warrants impeachment from Presidency

His flying with you in your aircraft and hanging around you at your farm point to mutuality.
By Cyprian Muketiwa Ndawana Jul. 3, 2024

Chivayo deal: Citizen blindsides Zec with lawsuit

Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee has summoned Zec for questioning over the tender scandal.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Jul. 3, 2024

The beauty of competition

In May, Mnangagwa said Starlink would partner Wicknell Chivayo’s IMC Communication, bringing to end the long wait by consumers for cheaper internet service.
By Newsday Jul. 2, 2024

Starlink saga: Chivayo clashes with Mnangagwa sons

Chivayo is said to have had a serious fallout with the first lady after audio recordings of him allegedly claiming to have captured Mnangagwa leaked
By Nqobani Ndlovu Jun. 30, 2024

IMF Zimbabwe’s corruption scourge

The IMF staff team led by Wojciech Maliszewski conducted a second mission to Harare during June 18 to 27, to conclude the 2024 Article IV Consultation.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jun. 30, 2024