Zacc targets Biti, big firms

HARARE - A bruising legal and political wars could explode soon after it emerged yesterday that former Finance minister Tendai Biti and a number of well-known businesspeople are among a stellar list of individuals and companies which are being targeted for investigation by the Zimbabwe Anti Corruption Commission (Zacc).

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Just like in Zec, i have also lost faith in govt bodies like the Zimbabwe Anti Corruption Commission.These commissions are set by the govt into hoodwinking its citizens that it is doing something about corruption yet it is just a commission which the govt would want to use for its own convinience.They do not arrest genuine thieves and corrupt officials,but they use such commissions to net in their sworn enemies and political rivals whenever they feel threatened in one way or the other.They created bodies like ZEC on false pretext that it is an independent body when it is as clear as daylight that it is an animal created to save the zanu pf party.There are quite a number of corrupt and thieving govt ministers and officials who were involved in dirty deals with overwhelming evidence but instead of being investigated and arrested they were actually rewarded with ministerial posts.Those commissions are just a waste of taxepayer's money and a way of fixing political rivals.Most zanu pf supporters are too blind to see that they are always being used by their selfish and cruel leaders,Basa nderekungoti ED Pfee,Ed Pfee,ko iwe uchatiwo pfee kupiko?Ko vana vako? Shame on you all zanu pf supporters.There is no zanu pf leader who does not steal from the govt coffers in one way or the other imi muchingoitswa in this day and age!Sewege everywhere,no clean running water,potholes everywhere,flea markets everywhere,skyrocketing prices everywhere,intimidation everywhere,unemployment everywhere,the list is endless i could go on and on.

Luke Munya Bikaldo - 6 September 2018

How can the public trust ZACC that is headed by a convicted fraudster like Nguni. He is also a fugitive from the South African justice system.

Boyd Zijena - 6 September 2018

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