Mugabe's Sons Face Arrest in Zimbabwean Anti-Corruption Crackdown

Former president Robert Mugabe's sons Bellarmine Chatunga and Robert Junior reportedly face imminent arrest after it emerged that the country's anti-corruption commission was probing an array of offences by high ranking officials ranging from illegal gold trade, abuse of office, corruption and murder.

President Robert Mugabe's sons, Robert Junior and Chatunga Bellarmine (file photo).

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