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    Artisanal miners bemoan high levels of corruption

    Artisanal miners in Gwanda have bemoaned the high level of corruption in the mining sector in the country which they…

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    ZDF to oversee food distribution

    Members of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF) have reportedly been roped in to oversee the food distribution programme following reports…

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    ‘Corruption to blame for poor health care system’

    Legislators have blamed the deteriorating health service delivery system in the country on corruption, citing that the money being siphoned…

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    Chamisa warns ‘corrupt’ Byo councillors

    MDC leader Nelson Chamisa says his party is ready to wield the axe on errant councillors who are found to…

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    Bribery allegations rock RG’s office as passport crisis deepens

    By Judith Sibanda Zimbabweans are allegedly paying as much as US$400 to obtain passports, as officials at the Registrar General’s…

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    ‘Pull her down’ syndrome, women`s biggest undoing

    By Senzeni Ncube Women in ward 7 Makokoba have condemned the ‘pull her down’ syndrome saying it has affected the development…

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    ED vows to end graft in govt institutions

    By JUDITH SIBANDA President Emmerson Mnangagwa says his administration is working tirelessly to uproot corruption in government-run institutions in an…

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    ‘Women use sex to pay for bribes’

    Fifteen percent of women in Zimbabwe who bribe use sex as a mode of payment, a Transparency International Zimbabwe (TIZ)…

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    Sextortion on the rise in Zim:TIZ

    SEXTORTION is on the rise in Zimbabwe as women are forced to bribe officials using sex in return for services,…

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    Govt expands Byo High Court

    CHIEF Justice Luke Malaba says more judicial remedies need to be done to make sure vulnerable members of society have…

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