Corruption remains rampant in Zimbabwe: Anti-corruption top official

By Reagan Mashavave  Harare - A Zimbabwe anti-corruption top official on Thursday said corruption remains a vice in the southern African country. Loice Matanda-Moyo, the chairperson of the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) told parliamentarians that unscruplous corrupt behaviour is rampant in public and private sector in the country. "It is not a secret that corruption in Zimbabwe is rampant,

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Former Studio 263 Actress Tinopona Katsande Returns To ZiFM Stereo

Popular Zimbabwean actress and media personality, Tinopona Katsande widely known as Tin Tin in entertainment circles has returned to radio. Tinopona is now back at ZiFM Stereo as co-host of “SundayBrunchRun” alongside veteran broadcaster Tonderai “TK” Katsande. She was rehired by ZiFm Stereo, one of the leading FM radio stations in Zimbabwe. Ecstatic about the development, Tinopona took

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Daggers out in Zanu PF restructuring

THE ZANU PF restructuring exercise has exposed deep-rooted factionalism as well as infighting fuelled by jostling for positions ahead of the party’s provincial elections. The party is set to conduct provincial elections next month to elect provincial executives. The fights have divided party members, with some coalescing around President Emmerson Mnangagwa while others are allegedly backing his

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Jah Prayzah Emerges After Going On A Mini Hiatus Following Temba Mliswa’s Allegations

Award-winning contemporary musician Jah Prayzah who went on a mini-hiatus has reemerged on social media. Jah Prayzah disappeared from the scene after Norton Legislator Temba Mliswa accused him of sleeping around with engaged and married women. Following the accusation, Jah Prayzah remained mum on the matter. Up until now, he has neither

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Teachers Arrested By Zimbabwe Anti Corruption Commission (ZACC) For Conducting Extra Lessons

Some teachers who conveniently took advantage of the recent reopening of schools to bilk parents and guardians through ‘forcing’ them to unprocedurally pay for extra lessons have been arrested by the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC). Government banned teachers from conducting extra lessons for an additional fee and promised to take disciplinary action against those caught offside. According to the

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