Anti-Graft Body Challenges Mnangagwa, Deputies to Declare Assets

The Anti-Corruption Trust of Southern Africa has challenged President Emmerson Mnangagwa, his deputies, Constantino Chiwenga and Kembo Mohadi to declare their assets to show that they are serious in fighting graft. The call follows the shock arrest of the now suspended Zimbabwe Miners Federation president Henrietta Rushwaya, while attempting to smuggle 6kg's of gold to Dubai via the Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport. The government critics say Rushwaya's arrest has exposed closely knit and flourishing corruption syndicates involving the security forces, immigration officials and other high-profile individuals in the southern African country.


President Emmerson Mnangagwa meets heads of Zimbabwe diplomatic missions. He is flanked by Vice Presidents Constantino Chiwenga, right, and Kembo Mohadi in Harare.

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