Four central bank senior employees who were suspended on suspicion of illegally dealing in foreign currency have all been cleared of any wrongdoing. This follows an investigation which looked into accusations by controversial former Zanu-PF youth empowerment activist Acie Lumumba.
Central Bank Bosses Cleared of Corrupt Forex Deals
New Zimbabwe, 13 December 2018
Four central bank bosses who were recently suspended on claims of illegally dealing in foreign currency by controversial former Zanu PF youth empowerment activist Acie Lumumba,… Read more »
RBZ Quartet Cleared
The Herald, 14 December 2018
THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has cleared its four directors of involvement in illicit currency dealings as alleged by Mr Acie Lumumba a.k.a William Gerald Mutumanje following… Read more »
The Zimbabwean government has backtracked on the controversial appointment of finance ministry spokesperson Acie Lumumba, whose social media corruption allegations forced the ... Read more »
President Emmerson Mnangagwa risks plunging the country into civil strife and anarchy if he fails to stop the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe from fuelling illegal foreign currency trade ... Read more »
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