Mines officials denied bail

Magistrate Tshuma said the state has a strong case and the duo might abscond although Mudyawabikwa had told the court that she doesn’t have a passport.
By Nunurai Jena Feb. 23, 2024

Mines officials up for extortion

The duo allegedly extorted US$5 000.00 from an applicant for a mining certificate.
By Nunurai Jena Feb. 20, 2024

Editorial Comment: Chivayo’s source of money must be investigated

This is why institutions such as the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption (Zacc) need to spring into action and investigate whether the money he is splashing on cars is from legitimate sources.
By The Standard Feb. 18, 2024

Zacc taken to court over impounded truck

Company lawyer Tinashe Zinto of Zinto, Chivandire, and Mavhaire Law Chambers has submitted an affidavit deposed by Tredia Njiva seeking the release of the vehicle.
By Desmond Chingarande Feb. 14, 2024

Towards combating corruption: A call for change in Zim polity

The public sector encompasses government institutions, its decentralised units, and various other entities responsible for delivering public programmes, goods, or services.
By Samson Ntambalika Feb. 9, 2024

Fighting corruption is dangerous, but necessary exercise

Anti-corruption agencies should pursue their anti-corruption agenda without fear or favour.
By Sandra Matendere Feb. 4, 2024

Minister sued for gold mine ‘fraud’

The claims that are at the centre of the dispute are Kimberley 18 and 19, which Chitando awarded to Ran Mine and G&P Industries in his 2021 determination.
By Shame Makoshori and Tinashe Kairiza and Julia Ndlela Feb. 2, 2024

Uebert Angel not off the hook

In the Al Jazeera documentary, Angel was recorded by undercover journalists offering to use his status to launder millions of dollars through a gold-smuggling scheme.
By Silas Nkala Feb. 2, 2024

ED’s anti-graft unit loses powers

Matanda-Moyo made the announcement in a statement while calling for improvement in the clearing of economic crimes in the country.
By Sydney Kawadza Jan. 31, 2024