This is the story of how political corruption in Zimbabwe left an 82-year-old grandmother landless and destitute, and how she and fellow cooperative members are fighting back through a legal action to be heard at the High Court early next year.
By Muchaneta Mundopa and Gareth Benest
Tomorrow the High Court of Luxembourg will announce its verdict on the appeal of Antoine Deltour, one of the LuxLeaks whistleblowers. Deltour shone a light on so-called 'sweetheart deals' between the Luxembourg government and some 340 companies, including Apple, Amazon, Ikea, Pepsi and Deutsche Bank.
On Thursday 23 November, the High Court of Luxembourg will announce its verdict in the case of Antoine Deltour, the whistleblower who revealed aggressive tax avoidance schemes in Luxembourg by sharing the 'LuxLeaks' documents with journalists in 2014.
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