EditorialComment: Govt should not make fools of civil servants

The current tax system in Zimbabwe requires that citizens pay 100% duty for importing a private vehicle and that vehicle must be relatively new, not older than 10 years.
By The Standard May. 26, 2024

PAAB chair given 48hrs to retract ‘false’ statements

In a letter dated May 21, 2024, Matema and Makuvire, through their lawyers Mudimu Law Chambers, instructed PAAB chairman Valentine Mushayakarara to retract the statement.
By Business Reporter May. 24, 2024

Fraudster church leader arrested

The former was using the land for parking before it was leased to True Believers, the court heard.
By Rejoice Phiri May. 24, 2024

Politicians disrupt anti-corruption fight

He bemoaned lack of trust among law enforcement agencies as one of the major challenges in the fight against graft.
By Lorraine Muromo May. 23, 2024

Zacc arrests 235 public officials for land deals

TIZ executive director Tafadzwa Chikumbu said they received many cases of human rights violations linked to land invasions.
By Sharon Buwerimwe May. 23, 2024

About time our citizens are ‘recalled’

It has now become commonplace to hear of Zimbabweans being among victims of global tragedies, natural or man-made.
By Newsday May. 21, 2024

Zacc handles 39 graft cases

Corruption remains one of the biggest economic stumbling blocks in Zimbabwe and is estimated to be costing the nation US$1,8 billion annually.
By Tatira Zwinoira May. 21, 2024

Mangwana defends release of Wadyajena's assets

The anti-graft body had confiscated the property alleging they were ill-gotten wealth before the court removed Wadyajena from remand for lack of evidence.
By Staff Reporter May. 12, 2024

We can’t trace Mugabe’s U$15b diamonds: Zacc

Mugabe later escaped parliamentary probe on the missing diamonds after he was recused from the oral evidence hearing by the Speaker of the National Assembly, Jacob Mudenda.
By Silas Nkala May. 9, 2024