New Twist As Zimbabwe's Supposed Graft-Busters Get Death Threats

Two magistrates from the recently launched Special Anti-Corruption Court have reportedly received death threats in the midst of critical investigations into high-profile cases. There have been no high-profile convictions since President Emmerson Mnangagwa took office, even though he claims that his anti-corruption campaign is the boldest and most serious that Zimbabwe has ever experienced.

  • Zimbabwe:   Magistrates Get Death Threats

    The Herald, 21 November 2018

    Acting Police Commissioner-General Stephen Mutamba has assured magistrates and other stakeholders in the fight against corruption of protection after two judicial officers recently… Read more »

Corruption in Zimbabwe.


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