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Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Investigations

Mail and Telegraph Investigations

Despite Zimbabwean Government’s slow moving wheels to gazette the new Consumer Protection Act, the provisions of Consumer Protection Bill of 2014 states that consumers have a right to safe and good quality goods. Although it seemed public knowledge that consumer health should be a priority to every manufacturer or distributors...
  Staff writer THE main opposition MDC Alliance has expressed displeasure at the appointment of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s relative, Kudakwashe David Mnangagwa, to the National Building Society (NBS) board, describing the move as nepotism. The Mail and Telegraph investigations unit carried out its own investigation as well as did due diligence to...
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 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...
Harare - Tensions, accusations and counter accusations have rocked Zimbabwe’s biggest coal miner amid reports of corporate governance deficit, clash of cultures, egoes and massive corruption between the Hwange Colliery Company Limited (HCCL) board and its management. Investigations reveal that the accusations have clouded development resulting in questions being raised whether...
By Nhau Mangirazi CHIADZWA- Government owned mine Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) at Chiadzwa within Manicaland province is under fire for ill-treating 2000 of its workers denying them labour rights, Mail and Telegraph has gathered. Disgruntled workers from the diamond mine...
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...
Harare - The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) has finalised a criminal docket for the former Vice President, Phelekezela Mphoko, and will hand it over to the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) for prosecution in a couple of days, the Mail and Telegraph has established. ZACC sources said a docket is complete and...
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