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Zimbabwe Gov't Transparency, Accountability
Written by CZ Correspondent   
Wednesday, 12 March 2014 10:53

The Combined Harare Residents Association (CHRA), stands together with Transparency International Zimbabwe (TIZ), in advocating for transparent public sector accountability and good corporate governance. 

In the last few months, we have witnessed reports of unprecedented levels of corruption, rent seeking tendencies, salary scandals and other malfeasances that seem to be eating away the moral fabric of our public sector. We are concerned that all these incidents of poor corporate governance in the public sector are being committed with impunity and little or no action from the government.

Last Updated on Thursday, 13 March 2014 01:52
Lewanika, Machisa Out Of Order On MDC-T
Written by CZ Correspondent   
Tuesday, 11 March 2014 10:21

lewanikaA Zimbabwe Mail article, republished on newsdzezimbabwe and on Radio VOP shows a seeming lack of understanding by civic society groups of the goings on in the MDC-T, leading to the suspension of Elton Mangoma.

With reference to the article, firstly Elton Mangoma cannot really be referred to as a party stalwart, and, secondly Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition coordinator Mcdonald Lewanika, if he was quoted correctly, does not seem understand the issue when he says:

“Politically, strategically and even socially, the decision to come down on Mangoma for suggesting that the president (Tsvangirai) steps-down for the political longevity and future success of the MDC-T was not strategic. It shows a lack of understanding and appreciation of the greater good, that while we all sacrifice for the greater good, sometimes for the greater good to be achieved, we need to sacrifice ourselves.” 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 March 2014 10:52
Biti Nullifies Council, Mwonzora Nullifies Biti
Written by CZ Correspondent   
Saturday, 08 March 2014 14:05

Mwonzora216It's Game On...

Following MDC-T secretary General Tendai Biti's Press conference last night nullifying the National Council decision to suspend Elton Mangoma, the deputy treasurer, the party spokesman, Douglas Mwonzora has nullified Biti's nullification.

Biti said at a Press conference "as a matter of tradition' he should have been involved in preparing the report on the allegations against Mangoma.

He also said Mangoma should have been heard prior to the National Executive meeting to hear the charges against him, and that he was not happy about the quorum of the National Executive.

He said he was going to call a quorate meeting which would regularise what has been done. But Mwonzora has issued a Press statement as below:

Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 March 2014 10:29
Biti Finally Comes Out As Leader of 'Renewal'
Written by Makusha Mugabe   
Friday, 07 March 2014 08:39

bitiptouch(Updating Live. Click Here for Updates) MDC-T secretary general Tendai Biti has now been confirmed as the leader of the so-called renewal group in the MDC-T.

So have most of those who have been speculated about as being members, Manicaland Provincial Chairman Julius Magarangoma, MDC-T director general Toendepi Shonhe, youth chairman Solomon Madzore, Chitungwiza Chairman, Alexio Musundire, and youth secretary general, Promise Mkwananzi.

Biti has not spoken through-out the crisis, but he reportedly co-chaired a night meeting at the Zimbabwe Women’s Bureau offices which also included Evelyne Masaiti, Masvingo Provincial Chairman, Wilsaf Sitemere, Kambuzuma MP Willas, Mbizo MP Settlement Chikwinya, and Last Maingehama to strategise about today's planned meeting of the National Executive Council.

Last Updated on Friday, 07 March 2014 09:35
Mangoma Suspended, Biti Unhappy
Written by CZ Correspondent   
Friday, 07 March 2014 18:26

bitiptouchMDC-T secretary general Tendai Biti addressed a Press Conference today slamming proceedings in suspending deputy treasurer Elton Mangoma, saying as the secretary general he should 'as a matter of tradition' been involved in preparing the report on the allegations against him.

He also said Mangoma should have been heard prior to the National Executive meeting to hear the charges against him, and that he was not happy about the quorum of the National Executive.

He also said he was calling for Mangoma to have his right to be heard in a quorate meeting,

MDC-T Spokesman Douglas Mwonzora said Mangoma had been suspended for his decision to ignore the directive of the National Executive not to discuss party business through the press and fanning factionalism within the Party.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 March 2014 10:21
U.S. Freezes, Forfeits Abacha's Stolen Millions
Written by CZ Correspondent   
Thursday, 06 March 2014 15:15

If the Zimbabwean Parliament does not get serious about investigating, prosecuting and making new laws - like capital punishment for corruption - we will soon be where Nigeria is today.

Sani Abacha the former Head of State is reported to have stolen more than $5 billion, $458 million of which has been seized by US authorities, according to a report yesterday. But the extent of corruption in Nigeria is such that, according to Professor George Aittey, in 2000 when some of Abacha’s loot was returned to Nigeria, it was immediately re-looted by others! The $5 billion-dollar man - Abacha. Zimbabwean generals are not far behind - having exhausted Marange diamonds in less than four years.  

Last Updated on Friday, 07 March 2014 18:46
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