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By Maynard Manyowa There is common phrase used to describe Zimbabwean politicians and their contribution to the country’s demise – “When Lunatics take over the Asylum”. It is generally agreed that this is the case. I have always disputed this position however. Evidence seems to show that it is thugs and not...
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...
By Maynard Manyowa  In 2014, Grace Mugabe, then commonly called Gucci Grace burst onto the political scene. The boss of the ruling Zanu PFs women’s league at the time, Minister Opah Muchinguri, willingly gave up her seat, midway during her term, to allow Mrs. Mugabe to rise to the throne. It...
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...
Grace Mugabe allies fingered in Mugabe fuel birthday misappropriation ….as Mnangagwa allies claim people were raped By Mlondolozi Ndlovu As the Zanu PF factional fights continue to ravage the party, youths linked to Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa have fingered Grace Mugabe’s ally Sandi Moyo in a fuel scam saying she stole fuel...
Harare - Investigations into illicit and illegal activities led and directed by the former first lady of the country Grace Mugabe have intensified, amid indications the government will make a huge statement soon regarding her involvement in ivory poaching, Khuluma Afrika has learnt. Grace Mugabe, who is now subject to a...
This article is a continuation of a Khuluma investigation which began in 2017. An earlier article we carried last year implicated Grace Mugabe, and South African associates in an irregular Beitbridge Border post deal. This article is also a follow up to an article published here yesterday about eyebrows...
“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...
By Maynard Manyowa The city council of Harare, and indeed the entire local government has been a matter of open brawling over the last few months – since Minister Saviour Kasukuwere became the man leading the portfolio. Before that, the position had become synonymous with corruption and whooping salaries that rival...
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...
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...