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Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Investigations

Mail and Telegraph Investigations

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...
Elias Mambo Finance minister Mthuli Ncube is pushing to review parliamentary sitting allowances, among a cocktail of proposals, aimed at cutting down the government employment costs, the Mail and Telegraph has learnt.   Zimbabwe gobbles close to 92% of its income through civil service wage bill leaving a paltry 8% for infrastructure...
Harare - A health fund established to meet the medical expenses of inmates has for the fifth year running been misused by Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Service (ZPCS) staff to pay for their own medical expenses, the Mail and Telegraph has learnt. The revelations were made in a damning expose of the...
Hwange - Following a series of articles by The Mail and Telegraph exposing the rot at Hwange Colliery Company Limited (HCCL), the company has now been placed under administration. According to a government gazette, DBF Capital Partners’ Beki Moyo has been appointed as administrator and will be assisted by Mutsa Remba...
(By Tawanda Kasuso and Fungayi Chimbindi) Hwange - In a move that borders on corruption the Hwange Colliery Company Limited (HCCL) board has agreed to ‘sell’ two million tonnes of coal fines to Woolwork Investments (Pvt) Ltd at a massive $8 million discount in exchange for vehicles for its executive officials...
Harare - War Veterans leader, Ambassador Chris Mutsvangwa, who served as President Emmerson Mnangagwa's special advisor was not reinstated to his role after the elections in July, the office of the president has confirmed. Mutsvangwa was initially appointed as Minister of Information and Publicity, but was then appointed as the President's...
Kadoma - The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ)’s Zimbabwe Asset Management Corporation (Private) Limited (Zamco), is reeling under pressure to find investors after absorbing multi-million dollar Non-Performing Loans (NPLs) from the banking sector. This development comes at a time when the RBZ has suspended four senior officials on Monday over allegations...
Former president Robert Mugabe’s son-in-law Simba Chikore has been arrested and facing corruption charges related to the Zimbabwe Airways deal, unlawful detention and kidnapping one of his employee. He was arrested on Monday night at the Robert Mugabe International Airport. Police sources say Chikore is facing kidnapping charges and unlawful...
  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...
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...
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