The allegations included in the confidential report by the agency's ethics department are now being scrutinised by UN investigators.
Following an intense clean-up and rehabilitation program that began in April, the government has announced plans to re-open the holiday destination officially on October 26.
Much of the damage was done when US President Donald Trump's aggressive rhetoric spooked investors and triggered a run on the rial.
The election will see 75-year-old President Emmerson Mnangagwa, a long-time Mugabe ally, face 40-year-old Nelson Chamisa, a lawyer and pastor.
Abraaj owes lenders US$1.1 billion after the delayed sale of K-Electric in Pakistan forced it to dip into its health-care fund without investor consent.
Abdul Aziz Rahman agrees with Nufam that a review of the airline's management is needed, as well as government investment.
Nufam president Ismail Nasaruddin claims losses of RM15 billion have been recorded over the years.
Universiti Malaya’s Peter TC Chang says China needs to prohibit collusion between its companies and 'corrupt regimes' overseas, while ensuring care for civil liberties in its dealings.
NGO warns of 'ill-advised activities' which could seriously jeopardise the environmental and tourism treasures of the island, if left unchecked.
Trinh Xuan Thanh, the former head of state-run PetroVietnam Construction, stands trial for alleged mismanagement and embezzlement.
The state wants to take over the appointment of contractors so as to give local contractors the jobs, and to reduce costs and mismanagement of funds, says assistant minister.
They claim mismanagement and cronyism is prevalent in the opposition party, which was formed in August last year.