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Knives out for Chinhoyi provincial magistrate

According to a letter seen by NewsDay, addressed to the JSC and Zacc, Rukwava, through his company, has been renting Nyabvure’s property since 2018.
By Staff Reporter Jan. 30, 2023

NewsDay Cartoon January 28, 2023 edition

NewsDay Cartoon January 28, 2023 edition
By The Watcher Jan. 28, 2023

Top prosecutor in criminal abuse of office storm

Roy Nyabvure is accusing Reza of misrepresenting facts leading to his arrest last year on accusations of abuse of office.
By Staff Reporter Jan. 8, 2023

Heads must roll at PSMAS

It is worrisome that the employer has failed to take heed of employees’ plight, and government’s interventions at this juncture is urgently required.
By Newsday Jan. 7, 2023

Letters: Zim crisis getting worse

“Our nation urgently needs a real dialogue between social and political parties,” declares Justice and Peace.
By AMH Voices Jan. 6, 2023

Anti-graft dragnet must catch big fish

Someone was caught at Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport with 6kg of gold and is yet to stand trial.
By AMH Voices Jan. 5, 2023

‘Electoral corruption rampant in Zim’

The watchdog said the electoral cycle was often manipulated by State and non-State actors in order to give advantage to some political players.
By RUGARE MUBIKA Dec. 22, 2022

Zacc probes PSMI looting.

Dube, as the report containing the allegations gleaned by the Independent shows, is accused of failing to maintain records for fuel usage.
By RUGARE MUBIKA Dec. 16, 2022

NPA, Zacc battle US$28m graft cases

The report shows, the state, acting on the strength of three court orders has this year forfeited assets worth millions of United States dollars accumulated from proceeds of corruption.
By Tinashe Kairiza Dec. 16, 2022