Home

Welcome

01

Talk To A Professional!

About Us

02
Zimbabwe Hawks is wholly Zimbabwean organization created for the sole reason to fight corruption.
0%
Successful Cases
0%
Satisfied Clients
0%
Projects Done

Featured Cases

06

We are the best full-service corruption firm based in Zimbabwe.

In less than a year we have received more than 100 cases. Every case is very important to us and we always take care of them seriously. We have 98% of happy clients who reported to us.

Latest News

07
‘Massive Levels of Corruption, Economic Uncertainty Devastating Zimbabwe Economy, Not Targeted Sanctions’
‘Massive Levels of Corruption, Economic Uncertainty Devastating Zimbabwe Economy, Not Targeted Sanctions’

WASHINGTON —  United States Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Brian Nichols, says massive levels of corruption, economic uncertainty and weak rule of law are devastating the country’s economy and not targeted sanctions imposed by the West on some Zanu PF officials accused of alleged human rights violations and election rigging. Nichols, who revealed this in a Newsday opinion piece published Thursday, said…

Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Chief Hints at More Minister Arrests
Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Chief Hints at More Minister Arrests

WASHINGTON —  A sitting cabinet minister in Zimbabwe’s government is facing charges of abuse of office, bringing to two the number of high ranking officials in President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government, nabbed by the country’s corruption watchdog, this year. The chair of the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC), Loice Matanda-Moyo, confirmed that the Minister of State for Presidential Affairs (Monitoring and Implementation…

Zimbabwe Minister Netted on Corruption Charges Involving $3.7 Million
Zimbabwe Minister Netted on Corruption Charges Involving $3.7 Million

WASHINGTON —  The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission has arrested a close ally of President Emmerson Mnangagwa for abuse of office, which allegedly resulted in government losing millions of dollars in shady deals. The State claims in its court outline that Gumbo, who was minister of transport when the shady deals occurred, is facing charges of abuse of office involving $3.7 million.…

Subscribe To Newsletters!