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Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Investigations

Mail and Telegraph Investigations

By Nhau Mangirazi CHINHOYI- There is a syndicate of senior officials in the Ministry of Health who are conniving to loot and abuse   foreign currency sourced from donor organisations, the Mail and Telegraph can exclusively reveal. At least 2000...
The mysterious murder of a city woman Samantha Hlahla at her lodgings at Trocadero Court in the Avenues was talk of the town recently with suggestions of a serial killer on the loose been submitted. However, it has turned out the suspected killers are two Epworth teenagers who allegedly drugged...
At least two people died and seven others  are believed to be in critical condition after succumbing to pressure during a 10 km run that was a pre-requisite in job recruitment at the  Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (CAAZ) in the Harare on Tuesday, the Mail and Telegraph can...
By Nigel Pfunde and Fungayi Chimbindi MDC Alliance’s secretary- general Douglas Mwonzora survived the chop and escaped with a ‘last warning’ at the party’s national council meeting held on Friday in an outcome that came as a shocker as his head was believed to be on the guillotine. Impeccable sources told...
By Fungayi Chimbindi Hundreds of car importers were stranded at the country’s border posts on Friday  after the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) implemented forex customs imposed on motor vehicles forthwith. Finance and Economic Development Minister Mthuli Ncube announced the policy on Thursday and stated that although it was effective on Friday,...
Staff Reporter CFI Holdings is allegedly  making huge profits through fleecing  home-seekers in Harare South’s Saturday Retreat residential area (popularly known as Ushewekunze), the Mail and Telegraph has learnt. The company is reportedly charging unjustified “penalties” for late payments on residents in complete negation of an agreement that was reached between...
By Tinomutenda Midzi Glen View South MDC Alliance legislator Vimbai Tsvangirai-Java has cleared the air on corruption allegations that has been dogging her for more than five years  through media reports. In 2011, Harare City Council allegedly awarded a water treatment contract multi-million dollar water purification project to Tsvangirai and her...
By Nhau Mangirazi CHINHOYI- Zimbabwe Diamonds Workers Union secretary general Justice Chinhema has accused Chinese of fuelling corruption in the mines sector. Reacting to Mail and Telegraph exposure of environmental threat in Zvimba where two Chinese companies are mining chrome, Chinhema charged the so-called investors are ‘benefiting from underhand dealings implicating...
Harare – An audit into the Salary Services Bureau (SSB) has revealed that  government might have lost a lot of money due to the procurement of laptops and cell phones without following tender procedures, the Mail and Telegraph has learnt. In a report,  Auditor General Mildred Chari, said she could not satisfy herself...
Staff Reporter ZVIMBA- Acting headman Ranganayi Raphael Nyamangara of Zvimba looks dejected and frustrated as he accuses Government for allowing two Chinese investors to extract chrome deposits near the Great Dyke, about 80 kilometres north-west of Harare. Two Chinese companies namely Decolux and San He Mining entered into partnership with Zim-Alloys...
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