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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Bogus Zacc officials remanded in custody

Bogus Zacc officials remanded in custody 2

By Rutendo Rori Five men, who masqueraded as Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) officials and allegedly moved around Mashonaland East Province terrorising farmers and kidnapped a fuel dealer in Marondera, appeared in court on Tuesday. Sabelo Dube (40), Aaron Muzungu (45), Donald Gabaza (39), Billy Masewe (33) and Kudakwashe Nyika (30) appeared before Marondera magistrate Mr Arnold Maburo on charges of impersonation, kidnapping and robbery. Mr Maburo remanded the five in custody to February 25 For the State, Mr John Hama said on November 15 last year at around 7pm, the…

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Zacc chair, commissioners resign

Zacc chair, commissioners resign 3

On Feb 1, 2019 24,549 1 By Blessings Mashaya Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) chairperson Job Whabira and the rest of the commissioners resigned yesterday. Dr Job Whabira In a statement yesterday, chief secretary to the President and Cabinet Misheck Sibanda said President Emmerson Mnangagwa has accepted the resignation. This comes after Mnangagwa said he was due to “restructure” the Zacc next week. Related Articles “The chief secretary to the President and Cabinet advises the nation that His Excellency the President … ED Mnangagwa has accepted the resignation of the chairman…

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Zacc receives 400 cases in 2018

Zacc receives 400 cases in 2018 4

On Dec 12, 2018 7,866 0 The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) has dealt with about 400 cases this year alone as compared to the previous year where they only received 294 cases. Minister of State for Bulawayo Provincial Affairs Cde Judith Ncube cuts the ribbon to officially open Zacc offices at Mhlahlandlela Government Complex during the United Nations Anti-Corruption Day belated commemorations in Bulawayo. Looking on are Zacc deputy chairperson, Dr Nanette Silukhuni (left), Zacc commissioners and stakeholders. — Picture by Eliah Saushoma This came out during the graft body’s…

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Augur deals face ZACC scrutiny

Augur deals face ZACC scrutiny 5

By Innocent Ruwende Harare City Council has resolved to refer all deals signed between the city and Augur Investments to the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) after councillors raised concern over the approval of development plans of some of the company’s projects prior to compliance with other requisite processes. Harare City Centre The firm has filed lawsuits worth millions of dollars against council for breach of contracts. At a recent council meeting, councillors were concerned on how some of the company’s projects were approved even after termination of contracts. Related Articles…

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