Over the past few days, there have been concerted attempts to stop legislators from exposing and making inquiries into salaries and perks of chief executive officers of parastatals.
Something very interesting is taking place in the House of Assembly.
President Robert Mugabe has been very busy with personal matters over the past few days.
President Robert Mugabe’s annual interview held as part of festivities to mark his 90th birthday provides the nation with a window into his somewhat enigmatic life.
“You think it’s corruption when a hungry clerk at the passport office asks for a US$10 gift in order to expedite the processing of your travel documents?
Having one’s way always can build arrogance to dangerous levels.
Zimbabweans were told last week that President Robert Mugabe had been “angered” by the extent of the corruption and plunder of public funds.
For several years now, Harare City traffic officers and the police have been jointly carrying sporadic “operations” purportedly to bring sanity to Harare’s traffic jungle with little success.
Leafing through an August 2012 edition of the respected Financial Mail magazine, I came across an article in which editor Barney Mthombothi wrote scathingly about the non-performance of South African MPs.
The rotten apples metaphor has oftentimes been misapplied to safeguard institutional inefficiency and corruption.