Parliament of Zimbabwe will this month interview at least 38 candidates for the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption top jobs.
When Parliament called for nominations they clearly stated that they need people with integrity.
Zim Morning Post will run a series of a background checks on the shortlisted candidates
It is for you our readers to judge if these people have the integrity needed.
The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission has the following functions —
To investigate and expose cases of corruption in the public and private sectors;
To combat corruption, theft, misappropriation, abuse of power and other improper conduct in the public and private sectors;
To promote honesty, financial discipline and transparency in the public and private sectors; To receive and consider complaints from the public and to take such action in regard to the complaints as the Commission considers appropriate;
To direct the Commissioner-General of Police to investigate cases of suspected corruption and to report to the Commission on the results of any such investigation;
To refer matters to the National Prosecuting Authority for prosecution;
To require assistance from members of the Police Service and other investigative agencies of the State; and
To make recommendations to the Government and other persons on measures to enhance integrity and accountability and prevent improper conduct in the public and private sectors.