The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) and the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) are deepening cooperation in the fight against corruption, as the country begins repatriating assets and recovered funds.

Training of investigating agents and prosecutors on illicit funds and assets recovery models marked a workshop organized by the Anti-Corruption Commission and the National Prosecuting Authority in Harare on Monday.

ZACC President Mr. Michael Reda noted that investigative agents and prosecutors play a pivotal role in protecting the newly launched ZiG coin.

The best thing we can do as a country is to cooperate and fight corruption. We cannot win this war as individuals. We urge people to report such cases of corruption. Corruption has caused the poor to continue to suffer. “We are putting forward initiatives to reduce the threat,” he said.

NPAZ Chairman, Attorney General Justice Luis Matanda Moyo revealed that the country has since begun returning assets and recovered funds, stressing the importance of cooperation to win the battle against corruption.

“We are coming together today to cut red tape related to illicit financial flows. Corruption has become a global threat. We are working with various stakeholders such as ZRP, ZIMRA and the Office of the President to protect our economy from saboteurs. Currently, we have since begun to develop modalities to return the assets and recovered funds.” To her home country, the latest developments in curbing corruption reveal that the NPA in collaboration with ZACC has established dedicated anti-corruption courts to deal with anti-corruption issues in the country and noted that it is imperative that we join hands as a nation in the fight against corruption

The workshop sought to provide investigators and prosecutors with a financial investigation approach and practical training on asset recovery and mutual legal assistance.

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