Outrage As Zimbabwe Engages Uganda in Fight Against Corruption

Zimbabweans have protested against their Chief Justice's decision to invite a Ugandan judge to lecture them on how to fight corruption, arguing that the East African country is more corrupt and not one they should learn from. Chief Justice Luke Malaba invited Uganda's head of Anti Corruption Court, Justice Lawrence Gidudu to train Zimbabwean judges ahead of the establishment of anti-corruption courts in Zimbabwe.

From left, Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission Chairperson Justice Loice Matanda-Moyo, head of Anti-Corruption division of the High Court of Uganda Justice Lawrence Gigudu and Zimbabwe Chief Justice Luke Malaba.

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