Zimbabwe committed to compensate for acquired land

By Byron Mutingwende In a bid to bring normalcy, the Zimbabwean government has reiterated its commitment to speedily bring to finality the issue of compensation owed to all the former farm owners who lost their land during the land redistribution exercise. Speaking during a workshop organized by...

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Combat corruption issues – vendors urged

By Byron Mutingwende Transparency International Zimbabwe (TIZ)recently held a meetingat the Hellenic Community Club in Mutare City Centre that was meant to improve the capacity of informal sector stakeholders to deal with corruption and empower them on how to promote good corporate governance in their work. Participants...


Public interest litigation a tool to fight corruption

By Byron Adonis Mutingwende High levels of corruption in a society are likely to disable a state from fulfilling its duties to respect, protect, and fulfill the human rights of its citizens. It erodes both the state’s capacity to and the public’s confidence that the state...


Land corruption gets global recognition

By Byron Mutingwende There is global recognition of land corruption as an impediment to development. The World Bank recently held a conference from March 14-18, 2016, in Washington DC that was attended by government officials, academics, civil society players, the private sector, and the development community...