ZACC to conducting Public Anti-Corruption Awareness campaigns in Manicaland next year

Josephine Nyamwanza |  1 year ago | local

The Zimbabwe Anti- Corruption Commission says it will be conducting Public Anti-Corruption Awareness campaigns beginning the month of January to educate people on how to dictate and report cases following the opening of its offices in Mutare recently.

ZACC’s Commissioner Gabriel Chaibva confirmed the development saying they want to conscientize people in Manicaland on channels through which they can report corruption as well as the meaning of it, so that they can be able to recognize when it occurs.

ZACC’s expansion and opening of permanent offices in Mutare is expected to see the investigations of cases involving diamonds and gold dealings as well as smuggling of fuel and second hand clothes into the country from Mozambique.