National prosecuting authority targeting assets accrued through corrupt means

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The national prosecuting authority says besides prosecuting corrupt individuals it will now target assets accrued through corrupt means. Speaking to Star FM news during commemorations to mark the United Nations anti-corruption day in Harare this morning, the NPA's deputy prosecutor general Ms Florence Ziyambi said the authority is in a position to trace even properties registered in different names from a corrupt individual. 

December 9th of each year is an anti-corruption day and this year the Zimbabwe anti-corruption commission brought together stakeholders in the anti-corruption drive to map the way forward.

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