Zimbabwe Anti Corruption Commission

Zimbabwe Anti Corruption Commission receives investigate all cases of alleged corruption, misappropriation,theft, abuse of power/office both in the private and public sector carries out compliance and spot checks in both private and private institutions

27/08/2020

GOOD NEWS!!! we are excited that ZACC now has a Whatsapp line Report all incidences of corruption where is it happening, who is doing it and how are they doing it. Lets all play a part in the fight against corruption 0719529483

21/08/2020
Zimbabwe Anti Corruption Commission

The Chairperson of the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission Justice Loyce Matanda-Moyo, Commissioners, Management and staff wish to express their deepest condolences and deep sorrow to the Harid family, on the passing on of Mr. Abdulman Eric Harid the first Chairperson of the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission. His appointment in 2005 as Chairperson of the Board laid a strong and solid foundation upon which the successive Commissions had to build on. The Commission will always remember and be inspired by the values and structures that he set up. We continue with the fight and our vision of a corruption free Zimbabwe is in sight!
MAY HIS DEAR SOUL REST IN ETERNAL PEACE

HEAD OFFICE : 872 Betterment Close, Mt. Pleasant Business Park, HARARE
Telephone : 0242 -369602/5/8/14
Email : [email protected]
Twitter : @zacconline
Face-book : facebook.com/zacczim
Toll-free : 08010101, 08004367

“REFUSE, RESIST AND REPORT CORRUPTION”

receives investigate all cases of alleged corruption, misappropriation,theft, abuse of power/office both in the private and public sector

carries out compliance and spot checks in both private and private institutions

22/07/2020

The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission in collaboration with ZIMRA and the National Prosecuting Authority have escalated the fight against Corruption through Asset Recovery and forfeiture. Tune in to ZTV tonight at 2100 hrs to watch our campaign launch.

Refuse,Resist And Report Corruption!!

22/06/2020

Thank you Zimbabwe for the tips,hints in the fight against corruption, the likes and above all the reports you have been sending via this platform. We take each report seriously and do our best to conduct thorough investigations as we continue to say REFUSE RESIST AND REPORT CORRUPTION

20/06/2020

ZACC confirms the arrest of the Minister of Health and Child Care Obediah Moyo on allegations of criminal abuse of duty related to the procurement of COVID 19 drugs. He is going to appear in court today. As ZACC we continue to say REFUSE, RESIST AND REPORT CORRUPTION.

18/06/2020

ZACC Commissioner Thandiwe Thando Mlobane on the ZACC/ZTV programme Combating Corruption

MAKE A DATE EVERY WEDNESDAY 2100 HRS FOR MORE ISSUES ON HOW WE CAN ALL FIGHT CORRUPTION

18/06/2020
ZBC TV prog - combating corruption

ZACC Commissioner Thandiwe Thando Mlobane on the programme Combating Corruption

Television program which looks at corruption, corruption tendencies in society and how stakeholders should put together their efforts to stamp out the vice.

12/06/2020

FUNCTIONS OF THE ZIMBABWE ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMISSION
ZACC is mandated to carry out the following functions:
• To investigate and expose cases of corruption in the public and private sectors
• To combat corruption, theft, misappropriation, abuse of power and improper conduct in the public and private sectors
• To promote honesty, financial discipline, and transparency in the public and private sectors
• To receive and consider complaints from the public and to take such action in regard to the complaints as it considers appropriate
• To direct the Commissioner - General of Police to investigate Cases of suspected corruption and to report to the Commission on the results of any such investigations
• To refer matters to the National Prosecution Authority for prosecution
• To require assistance from members of the police service and other investigative agencies of the state, and
• To make recommendations to the Government and other persons on measures’ to enhance integrity, accountability and prevent improper conduct in the public and private sectors.

11/06/2020

Everyone has a role in the fight against corruption as an individual what have you done in the past one month to fight corruption FOOD FOR THOUGHT
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09/06/2020
Undenge Loses Appeal Against A 30 Month Jail Term, Faces Jail ⋆ Pindula News

ZACC case let Justice prevail
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09/06/2020

ZACC has opened a new office in Harare at Makombe Passport Office Building entrance along Herbert Chitepo come and lets discuss how we can all play a part in the fight against corruption
REFUSE, RESIST AND REPORT CORRUPTION

Wicknell Chivayo In Trouble As Supreme Court Reverses Acquittal, Says He Must Face Charges Over US$5.6 Million Fraudhttp...
09/06/2020
Wicknell Chivayo In Trouble As Supreme Court Reverses Acquittal, Says He Must Face Charges Over US$5.6 Million Fraud

Wicknell Chivayo In Trouble As Supreme Court Reverses Acquittal, Says He Must Face Charges Over US$5.6 Million Fraud
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09/06/2020

Fidelis Munyoro Chief Court Reporter
Courts must expedite criminal trials in high-profile corruption cases, as delays have the potential to put the judiciary and criminal justice system into disrepute, a High Court judge has noted when rejecting an application stopping a prosecution.

A significant number of former Government strongmen have been arrested on charges of criminal abuse of office since the campaign against corruption started in Zimbabwe three years ago, but hardly any of the trials has been concluded with many of the accused using an array of legal processes, usually in the form of applications or appeals to the High Court, to delay prosecution.

However, Justice Tawanda Chitapi said the delays in completing the cases have the consequence of having the courts and the Prosecutor-General’s Office being perceived as lacking the resolve to speedily dispose of cases before the courts.

He made the remarks on Friday while dismissing an application for permanent stay of prosecution by former Minister of State for Midlands Provincial Affairs Jason Machaya, former Mashonaland West provincial administrator Cecilia Chitiyo, and six other senior Government employees.

Machaya (65), Chitiyo (50), Matilda Manhambo (59), Sherpard Marweyi (48), Sifelani Moyo (59), Ethel Mlalazi (65), Chisainyerwa Chibhururu (47) and Everest Nyamadzawo (33) are facing charges of criminal abuse of office.

The eight are accused of acting with a common purpose and unlawfully approving layout plans, grabbing over 11 000 stands owned by the State through the Local Government Ministry, disposing of commonage stands and other related acts in ways contrary to Government policy.

They lost a bid to stop their prosecution at the Magistrates Court on the grounds that a decade had passed between the alleged offences and the trial, before approaching the High Court seeking a review of the decision of Gweru regional magistrate Mrs Sibongile Msipa-Marondedze.

In dismissing the application for permanent stay of prosecution by Machaya and his co-accused, Justice Chitapi ruled that no case had been established to warrant such a stay.

He said prosecution of crime is a matter of public interest, hence an order of permanent stay of prosecution constituted a serious interference with the public interest by conferring an immunity on the accused from prosecution.

“It is accordingly ordered that the application be and it is hereby dismissed with no order of costs,” he said before ordering that the trial should continue either before Mrs Msipa-Marondedze or any other magistrate.

Justice Chitapi said granting the suspects the relief they sought would result in the non-prosecution of the suspects on charges for which they were arrested and brought before the trial court.

“In other words, if the application were granted, the charges die a natural death by order of permanent stay of proceedings or prosecution,” he said.

It was the court’s finding that the order sought was outside the jurisdiction of the trial magistrate because the magistrates court’s jurisdiction is limited to what is provided for in the Magistrate Court Act.

The judge also said the order sought would in essence have amounted to prohibiting the Prosecutor General from performing his constitutional duty of instituting a prosecution.

The suspects’ main argument was that there was a lengthy and prejudicial delay between the dates of the alleged commission of the offence and the time of their arrest and prosecution.

They argued that the trial magistrate did not consider whether a delay of more than 10 years in investigating offences in the public domain and bringing charges violates the right to a trial within a reasonable time in terms of the Constitution.

At the heart of that question was the issue whether this provision of the law is confined to the period post the charge. The ruling paves way for continuation of the trial. The charges they stand accused of are serious as they constitute acts of corruption.

Heavy penalties that range from a fine not exceeding level 13 or imprisonment

05/06/2020

The former Principal Director of State residences in the Office of the President and Cabinet Douglas Tapfuma has been convicted after a full trial of 3 counts criminal of abuse of office and sentenced to an effective 4 years and all 8 vehicles forfeited to the state

This is ZACC case and we are glad that justice has been served
REFUSE RESIST AND REPORT CORRUPTION

05/06/2020
3rd seg Combating corruption Comm Makamure

ZTV ZACC PROGRAMME ON COMBATING CORRUPTION: This is a ZBC programme aired every wednesday at 21.30hrs, this week featuring Commissioner John Makamure, the ZACC Spokesperson.

Make a date every Wednesday same time for more issues on combating corruption.

05/06/2020
1st SEGMENT COMBATING CORRUPTION

ZTV ZACC PROGRAMME ON COMBATING CORRUPTION: This is a ZBC programme aired every wednesday at 21.30hrs, this week featuring Commissioner John Makamure, the ZACC Spokesperson.

Make a date every Wednesday same time for more issues on combating corruption.

05/06/2020
2nd seg combating corruption Comm Makamure

ZTV ZACC PROGRAMME ON COMBATING CORRUPTION: This is a ZBC programme aired every wednesday at 21.30hrs, this week featuring Commissioner John Makamure, the ZACC Spokesperson.

Make a date every Wednesday same time for more issues on combating corruption.

28/05/2020

TUNE IN TO ZTN TV CHANNEL TODAY AT 12 NOON AND FOR DISCUSSIONS ON CORRUPTION BY ZACC, NPRC AND TIZ

28/05/2020

The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission , National Peace and Reconciliation Commission and Transparency International Zimbabwe will be having a discussion around fighting corruption during covid 19 at 12 00 hrs today the 28th of May 2020 at Zimbabwe Television Network (ZTN).

Please make a date and tune in and hear more about this cancer of corruption which has eaten the moral fiber of our society.

Here is our schedule for the week on RadioZim263. Please do join us as we will be talking about transparency, accountabi...
21/04/2020

Here is our schedule for the week on RadioZim263. Please do join us as we will be talking about transparency, accountability and anti-corruption.

Refuse, Resist & Report Corruption!

20/04/2020

We will be on @RadioZim263 with @TIZim this week talking about transparency, accountability and anti-corruption. Tonight at 1830hrs, Commissioner @john_makamure will be discussing how the National Anti-corruption Strategy (NACS) is going to be operationalized.

18/04/2020
30/03/2020

ZIMBABWE ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMISSION
“Refuse, Resist and Report Corruption!”

ZIMBABWE ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMISSION (ZACC) CHAIPERSON’S STATEMENT

Following the outbreak of the COVID -19 pandemic the Government of Zimbabwe has imposed measures for the prevention and containment of COVID-19. Such measures support the public health systems, safe guard the economy and ensure public order and safety. These include among others, implementation of the World Health Organisation (WHO) measures for the prevention of the spread of COVID -19, prohibition of hoarding of medical supplies, closure of airports and borders, travel restrictions and a national lock down.

The Commission is aware that in such situations, criminals create opportunities to commit crimes and such crimes disrupt the efforts of the Government to ensure the health and safety of our nationals.

It is against this background that the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission is imploring the members of the public to be vigilant at all times and avoid purchasing substandard health care and sanitary products, substandard and counterfeit personal protective equipment and pharmaceutical products. Members of the public are therefore urged to purchase all sanitary and health care products and equipment from supermarkets and health care facilities.

The Commission is aware that the Ministry of Health and Child Care has received donations of money, medical equipment and medication donated by the individuals, the Business Community, Non-Governmental Organisations, International Organisations and the Donor Community on behalf of the Government of Zimbabwe. In the past, there have been incidences of failure by the relevant authorities to account for donations of similar calamities.

The Commission therefore implores the responsible individuals in the Ministry of Health and Child Care, from the Accounting Officer, those in charge of hospitals, clinics and pharmacies to put in place systems that ensure transparency, accountability and fair distribution of all the said donations.

The Commission would like to warn individuals from embarking on any corrupt and fraudulent activities. Those found on the wrong side of the law will be dealt with accordingly. The Commission urges the members of the public to report cases of corruption in the management and distribution of the COVID-19 donations on the following platforms [email protected], [email protected], twitter @ZACConline and the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission face book page.

Where the Ministry requires assistance in coming up with concrete measures to prevent corruption and ensure accountability for all donations the Commission’s Compliance Department stands ready to assist.

Keep safe during this period and also help to prevent corruption.

The fight against corruption begins with you...Take action. Lead the change.Refuse, Resist & Report Corruption!
27/03/2020

The fight against corruption begins with you...

Take action. Lead the change.

Refuse, Resist & Report Corruption!

Breaking the corruption chain is our collective responsibility.Refuse, Resist & Report Corruption!
26/03/2020

Breaking the corruption chain is our collective responsibility.

Refuse, Resist & Report Corruption!

Take action and report corruption anonymously, let us break the corruption chain.Refuse, Resist & Report Corruption!
25/03/2020

Take action and report corruption anonymously, let us break the corruption chain.

Refuse, Resist & Report Corruption!

Take action and break the corruption chain by not taking part in it and reporting corruption on time every time!Refuse, ...
24/03/2020

Take action and break the corruption chain by not taking part in it and reporting corruption on time every time!

Refuse, Resist & Report Corruption!

Combatting corruption should be everyone's priority. Remember you can report anonymously, your integrity should never be...
20/03/2020

Combatting corruption should be everyone's priority.

Remember you can report anonymously, your integrity should never be for sale! See the contact details on the image below.

Refuse, Resist & Report Corruption!

ZACC Chair Commissioners had fruitful meeting  today with the Zimbabwe Council of Churches in which we agreed on buildin...
19/03/2020

ZACC Chair Commissioners had fruitful meeting today with the Zimbabwe Council of Churches in which we agreed on building an MoU to cooperate on various national issues that include : compliance; systems development; awareness raising and advocacy at various platforms.

Let’s break the corruption chain.

Refuse, Resist & Report Corruption!

This week we managed to arrest 3 accused persons. Cecil Kashiri, Buhle Dube and Douglas Mangwanya. 1. Cecil Kashiri    O...
19/03/2020

This week we managed to arrest 3 accused persons. Cecil Kashiri, Buhle Dube and Douglas Mangwanya.

1. Cecil Kashiri

Offence: Fraud as defined in section 136 of the Criminal Law [Codification and Reform] Act [chapter 9:23]

On or about the period extending from September 2019 to 31 December 2019 the Accused person who is Member of Parliament for Magunje Constituency and acting in connivance with yet to be arrested ZIMRA Customs officers imported a Ford Ranger from South Africa and smuggled it in the country without paying for Customs Duty. The accused in connivance with the ZIMRA customs officers later produced fictitious customs clearance certificate which they used to register the vehicle in the system thereby prejudicing ZIMRA duty amounting to USD$3,646.79. Accused was arrested and taken to court on 14 March 2020 where he was remanded out of custody after depositing ZWL3,000,00 bail. Vehicle was impounded and is being held as an exhibit.


2. Buhle DUBE

Offence: Criminal abuse of duty as a public officer as defined in section 174 of the Criminal Law (Codification and Reform) Act, [ Chapter 9:23 ] (2 Counts)

The accused, Buhle Dube, is the former Sales Representative for Silo Food Industries, a subsidiary of Grain Marketing Board, Belmont, Bulawayo. The accused working in connivance with his co-accused who are still at large diverted 1,5 tons of subsidized roller meal worth ZW$61 454.00 into the black market using her Credit Facility Account with Silo Foods. Subsidies on maize meal were government intervention to cushion the vulnerable groups of society from negative impact of unwarranted increases in basic food prices. Accused will appear at Bulawayo Tredgold Magistrates Court on initial remand on 19/03/20.

3. Mangwwanya Enos Douglas

Offence: Fraud as defined in section 136 of the of the Criminal Law (Codification and Reform) Act,[ Chapter 9:23 ]

The accused who is employed by Ministry of Health & Child Care as Director of Laboratory Sciences misappropriated 820 litres of fuel coupons from National Microbiology- Laboratory Department which he was not entitled to since he was getting another allocation from the Ministry of Health & Child Care to the prejudice of National Microbiology- Laboratory Department in the sum of ZWL$41, 931.20 .

The accused appeared at Rotten Row Magistrate Court on 11/03/20 and was remanded out of custody pending trial.

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GOOD AFTERNOON ZACC as I was going around ndapfuura nepa GMB Chitungwiza depot corruption yange irikuitwa ipapo ndanzwa tsitsi mhuri dzamukira runyanhiriri vachida hupfu ,at first vanzi arikuda hupfu which was going for $70 Rtgs for 10kg unofanira Kutanga watenga maPads I don't know kuti ndizvo here ,secondly kwazongotorwa vanhu about 5 only from 8:00-1100 kwazenge kwavekungouya mota dzichibuda ne hupfu is this not corruption pliz help us we need a better free Zimbabwe I thank you
Good day Commissioner. From: Lot 2 of Umvukwe flats farm Mvurwi Mash Central To. Zacc Dear sir/madam We as a village committee of 2 of Umvukwe flats were allocated land in year 2007. We are concerned that we have a fellow villager called Joseph MAPENDERE who is allocating land to people through CORRUPTION. We know people from whom he received some bribes in return for pieces of land. We no longer have grazing land as those places are now homesteads. When were given land there were 52 plots. The last plot belongs to Mr Germany G. Jagada. Sometime in 2016 . In year 2016 Mapendere received a bribe and allocated land to one Austin Mujera. The Offer letter he was given is fake. Eversince Mujera is residinf at plot 52 saying that there is plot 53. We also have a list of individuals who were offered land fraudulently by Mapendere. He claims that nothing can be done to him as he is a politician. The following are the names of people given land by Mapendere. 1. Kamundarira peter 2kutinyu trace .3 Chiwaza Vimbyi 4.kamota oska 5. Chikweva Felix 6. Mapendere Jodan 7. Kasinaukuse mathew 8. Kennedy nyamuziwa 9. Shelton kambumbu 10. Nelson mashavele 11. Thefelous saidi 12. Promise tibape 13. Richard Wilson 14 chituu kembo. We put efforts to Ministry of Lands without action as Land officers were bribed.
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Fraud alert: There is an unscrupulous Businessman named Clemence Mweleya in Mutoko Centre who is stealing from civil servants Nostro Accounts of their hard earned cash. He is ruthlessly charging 10 USA for each transaction, for example if you transfer 72 USA to his account you will be given grocery for 62 USA. He also liquidates your 62 USA to RTGs and prices will be higher than those marked on the shelf. Double theft to desperate civil servants. Please investigate with Mutoko Police so that this practice stops. He os not even warning the unsuspecting civil servants. This is just a tip off anynomous
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