The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission is planning to recruit 25 people for the Bulawayo office, the Chronicle reports.
This was revealed by ZACC Commissioner Thandiwe Mlobane during the World Anti Corruption Day Commemorations which were held at Sekusile Shopping Centre in Bulawayo. Mlobane said:
We want to change our operations in 2020 hence the decision to beef up the local office. We are looking at engaging at least 25 officers to boost the office’s capacity to service this region. Those to be recruited include officers to handle administration, public relations, education and investigations.
ZACC since its inception early this year has reportedly recovered million of money siphoned through corruption. w ith just 3 high profile cases involving former VP Phelekhezela Mphoko, Former Tourism Minister Prisca Mupfumira and the recent arrest of the second lady Marry Chiwenga.
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