Cabinet ministers demand cash from investors

HARARE - President Emmerson Mnangagwa, blew his gasket on Wednesday and put his ministers on notice, after he received damaging reports that some of them were demanding bribes from investors to facilitate meetings with him and deputy president Constantino Chiwenga.

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Comments (4)

Blowing his gasket is not good enough, he should have named that aide and the consequences that has befallen him, if indeed this story is anything to go by. Otherwise its the President's futile and illogical attempt to glorify his 'zim is open for business mantra', the man is known for his empty barkings remember the foreign currency externalisers naming and shaming circus that ended being hot air.

Sinyo - 14 December 2018

Blow what? That's just for the weak minded, why is he not firing them rather than just creating newspaper headlines? That why Trump said Africa is a shithole. Criminals are celebrated in Zimbabwe. Look at the Chivayos, Ginimbis etc only in Zimbabwe a criminality is celebrated as success.

Christ In Me - 14 December 2018

It looks like ED is a paper tiger. He is only putting in jail cattle rustlers, rapists and petty criminals. The big FISH who have vandalised the country are laughing in the streets, bars and their posh homes

Ndiani Ndiani - 14 December 2018

Fake News to make ED look good. Why doesn't he name the relevant/guilty Cabinet Members and have them immeadiatly arrested and thrown into a cell at Chikurubi?

Is that so? - 14 December 2018

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