Minister of Justice Ziyambi Ziyambi has said that President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s special anti-corruption unit will target high profile corruption cases. The minister claimed that other state agencies were reluctant to go after high profile cases which led Mnangagwa to create a special anti-corruption unit in the office of the president . Speaking to journalists on Wednesday, Ziyambi said,
The manifest reluctance by some relevant bodies to tackle corruption cases has spurred the President to set up a special anti-corruption unit which contrary to some sections of the society is not tainted with any illegality. It’s business unusual and things will be done differently and expeditiously especially the prosecution of a number of high profile corruption cases…The unit will collaborate with Zacc and the police and it will also assist other investigative agencies of the State in the perusal and consideration of corruption dockets.