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Frequently Asked Questions.

What is the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission?

The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) is an independent commission created to combat corruption and crime. It is established in terms of Chapter 13, Part 1 of the Constitution of Zimbabwe

When and how was it established?

The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission was established on the 8th of September 2005 when His Excellency, the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe swore in the first commissioners. The establishment of ZACC is conducted in accordance to the Constitution of Zimbabwe and the Anti-Corruption Commission Act which outline ZACC’s powers, functions and objectives

How can we, as citizens benefit from an Anti-Corruption Commission?

An independent and strengthened Anti-Corruption Commission provides a platform for citizens to report corruption allegations and receive redress thereof.

The existence of an Anti-Corruption Commission can ensure that corruption is curbed thereby promoting the rule of law and enabling the economic and social development of the country.

Does Zimbabwe really need an Anti-Corruption Commission?

Yes, Zimbabwe needs a functional, independent Anti-Corruption Commission. Such a body can not only ensure the prevention of corruption but it can also enforce the criminalisation thereof.

OUR STATISTIC SO FAR


12

Cases
Reported

8

Cases
Under Investigation

19

Arrests
Made

5

Assets
Recovered

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