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British American Tobacco negotiated bribe for Mugabe, new evidence suggests
14 Sep 2021

Documents show British American Tobacco (BAT) was involved in negotiations to pay between $300,000 and $500,000 to Mugabe’s Zanu-PF party in 2013.

The documents also reveal BAT was paying bribes in South Africa and using illegal surveillance to damage rivals.

BAT says it is committed to the highest standards of corporate conduct.

President Mugabe’s 37-year rule was secured through elections marred by allegations of fraud and violence.

He was ousted in 2017 and died in 2019. The ruling party Zanu PF is now under new leadership.

Read more at BBC

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