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Speaking in a televised interview aired by the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) on the eve of the country’s Independence Day celebrations on April 18‚ he conceded that his anti-graft fight has not been successful. "Corruption is deep rooted. I thought by making a pronouncement that ‘let us fight corruption’ it will go away. No. It’s not like that. To fight corruption‚ you need the police to investigate but there are elements of corruption in the police. "Once you get past the corruption in the police‚ the National Prosecution Authority has to prosecute‚ but there are also elements of corruption in the NPA. "Then the case must go to court and there are also elements that are corrupt in the judiciary. So the fight is so wide and deep‚" he said. Zimbabwe ranked 160th out of 175 countries according to the 2018 Corruption Perceptions Index reported by Transparency International. Mnangagwa expressed frustration at the "slow" pace courts were dealing with corruption cases. In his fi...

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