The Zimbabwe Anti-corruption Commission (ZACC) says it will investigate corruption allegations levelled against former First Lady Grace Mugabe and a group of her associates who allegedly grabbed residential stands worth US$10 million without paying from an upmarket development on State land in Borrowdale.
This comes following complaints that were lodged with ZACC and the Special Anti-Corruption Unit (SACU) in the President’s Office against Mugabe and former Local Government, Public Works and Urban Development Minister Ignatius Chombo.
ZACC spokesperson, John Makamure, said they will investigate all reported cases of corruption without fear or favour.
“We are dealing with all suspected cases of corruption that have either been reported to us, that have appeared in the media or even on social media. We are determined to allow the law to take its course.” He said.
Chombo is alleged to have grabbed land worth almost US$1 million with three stands totalling 2,2ha allocated to three firms including Comverol Enterprises and Cavford Trading.