Hunt on for new anti-graft bosses

Hunt on for new anti-graft bosses 1

The process of reconstituting the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) has begun in earnest as Parliament has started inviting nominations of suitable candidates to replace commissioners that resigned on January 31. Clerk of Parliament Mr Kennedy Chokuda ZACC chairman Dr Job Whabira and his entire commission, comprising Dr Nanette Silukhuni, Mr Goodson Nguni, Mrs Christine Fundira, Mr Denford Chirindo, Ms Cathy Muchechetere, Ms Farai Mashonganyika and Mr Boyana Ndou left, having been in office from February 2016. President Emmerson Mnangagwa described the old commission as “rotten to the core” and its…

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Search for new Zacc board begins

Search for new Zacc board begins 2

BY RICHARD CHIDZA PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has stepped up efforts to appoint a new Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission board following the mass resignation of the Job Whabira-led team last month. Whabira’s team stepped down a few days after Mnangagwa told journalists at State House that he had lost confidence of the anti-graft body. “Zacc is corrupt and rotten to the core. We have to do something about it. We need a mind-set change if we are to defeat corruption. We have also realised that we have been fighting corruption using people…

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Zacc has nothing on Mangudya, Tagwirei

Zacc has nothing on Mangudya, Tagwirei 4

On Nov 8, 2018 22,998 0 By Letwin Nyamba Despite the sensational accusations by flip-flopping activist Gerald Mutumanje also known as Acie Lumumba  that seemed to suggest some wrongdoing on the part of businessman Kudakwashe Tagwirei and Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya, the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission this week said it has nothing against the two. Goodson Nguni “We have nothing on the RBZ and Tagwirei,” said Zacc’s chairperson Goodson Nguni, when asked whether the corruption-busting unit would take up Lumumba’s claims. Lumumba has for the past three weeks been…

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