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A pair of Facebook accounts that have achieved some fame due to the images of cash, cars and private jets are fake profiles whose modus is to scam unsuspecting users into sending money, a Khuluma Afrika Investigation revealing the true identities of the fraudsters has revealed. The accounts, Charity Mnangagwa...
Massive corruption has rocked the Registrar General's office's birth certificate and national identification registration blitz that commenced in September last year and will end by January 31. Investigations by Khuluma Afrika revealed that Provincial Registrars are employing ghost workers, then proceeding to claim allowances from the headquarters in Harare. Sources said...
Grace Mugabe has the record for the fastest earned PhD in world history. The PhD which had many academics crying foul was attained when her husband was still the Chancellor of all State Universities. The events of November 15 2017, has not only brought about a sense of hope...
Harare - Eyebrows and suspicions have been raised over a deal brokered between the Zimbabwean government, a Zim-SA partner and a South African firm, amid allegations of dishonesty, poor security checks and Grace Mugabe's involvement in the deal. The deal, propounded by a firm called Diaspora Infrastructure Development Group (“DIDG”) led...
Harare - Police in Zimbabwe appear to have been implicated in a cover up scandal after a detective with the CID ran over an elderly woman and smashed into a stationary commuter omnibus, Khuluma Afrika has learnt. The incident which occurred on the 22nd of February has yet to be investigated,...
Harare - Massive corruption, nepotism, jobs for pals schemes, and blatant mismanagement at Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) and Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC) are threatening to send Zimbabwe's Electricity Supply Authority (ZESA) into a massive tailspin, Khuluma Afrika has learnt. Report by Maynard Manyowa and Prince Butawo Allegations of the aforementioned have...
“Cocaine, crack cocaine, meth, codeine, diazepam… it just depends on the kind of high a person is looking for” This is Crispen. No. That’s not his real name. Crispen is a Zimbabwean drug lord based in Harare. He agreed to talk to Khuluma Afrika, on condition of anonymity. Crispen was...
Maynard Manyowa "This is my office, my house, my bed, my whole life" This is Kudzai. No. That is not his real name. Kudzai is a vendor in the streets of Zimbabwe. If his real name were revealed, he would be targeted by government sponsored militia, beaten and evicted from his...