Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa has expressed concern over the level of corruption in the Zanu PF led government.

Mnangagwa believes that the current crises affecting the nation is partly contributed by corruption in high offices.

Mnangagwa warned that the economy will never recover if there was no change in people’s attitudes to corruption.

Speaking at the official opening of the Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC) annual congress in Victoria Falls today, Mnangagwa said the government has come with a national code of corporate governance which must instill a positive value system which is characterised by integrity, honesty and hard work, as part of efforts to tackle the scourge, which has become a cancerous drawback in economic growth.

Zimbabwe police officers have not helped the situation as they have been largeley blamed for robbing motorists at roadblocks.

In Zimbawe,  vehicle owners lose thousands every months to corrupt police officers.