Meet Reyneck Matemba, the man in charge of the graft busting body in Malawi. The Anti Corruption Bureau Director had actually wanted to be a soldier but ended up pursuing law. The father of three girls has devoted his life working as a public servant working in different capacities in the legal field.
Anti-Corruption Bureau Director General, Reyneck Matemba, Tuesday sought to ease the pressure for action mounted on his office following Chief Justice Andrew Nyirenda’s report of alleged attempts, by two citizens, to corrupt Concourt judges.
British high commissioner to Malawi, Holly Tett, says there is emerging evidence of cartels operating within the private sector in Malawi focused on grabbing public procurement contracts.