Chief Justice Luke Malaba has vowed to clamp down on corruption within the Judiciary.
He said this while commissioning three new courtrooms at the Bulawayo High Court yesterday. Malaba stated that it was disheartening to note that corruption continues to rear its ugly head in the country, particularly within the Judiciary.
Malaba gave a stern warning to officers of the law and lawyers and urged them not to get involved in corruption.
There is a terrible scourge called corruption and as the Judiciary, we maintain our stance that cases of corruption must be dealt with decisively by the courts. I want to make it clear to all and sundry, whether you are a lawyer, judge or magistrate that it is our duty to deal decisively with cases of corruption
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