Zim stories that hit headlines in 2023

The documentary was a four-part exposé on the illicit gold trade and money laundering operations flourishing in southern Africa, particularly in Zimbabwe.
By Problem Masau Dec. 31, 2023

Zim exposed to money laundering: RBZ report

RBZ said trading of foreign currency outside formal financial channels continued to be a significant risk to financial stability during the year 2022.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Oct. 27, 2023

Smuggling puts mining targets in peril

Home Affairs minister Kazembe Kazembe previously estimated that the country loses about US$100 million every month from gold smuggling.
By Enos Denhere Jul. 28, 2023

Muckracker: Taking gold mafia to the continental parliament

Blessed with multiple identities and fake qualifications, the man keeps rising.
By Muckracker Jul. 21, 2023

Has National Development Strategy 1 failed?

This makes citizens and policy analysts wonder if government had its own evaluation benchmarks different from the ones prescribed in the TSP document.
By Amh Voices Jul. 14, 2023

Mnangagwa should be the last person to speak about patriotism!

For some egotistical reasons, these dictators — who are usually megalomaniacs — believe in their own self-importance, and in so doing, equate themselves to the country.
By Tendai Mbofana Jun. 30, 2023

I was drunk, says Gold Mafia don

This comes months after the 52-year-old merchant and several others, including Zimbabwe's ambassador-at-large Uebert Angel were exposed in the news network’s sting operation.
By Staff Reporter Jun. 28, 2023

Does Africa need fetrid characters in office?

Based on what international broadcaster Al Jazeera recently exposed, those who cared to follow up its exposé now know why Africa has always been poor.
By Nkwazi Mhango May. 18, 2023

Africa’s tepid stance on money laundering worrying

This is quite an interesting development which we do not seek to question
By Newsday May. 17, 2023