Last month, Harare refused to settle a US$780 000 bill after resolving to suspend the 30-year waste management deal between the local authority and the Netherlands-based Geogenix BV fronted by businessman Delish Nguwaya.
Responding to Chan’s tweet, Moyo dismissed the claims and demanded that Chamisa should rectify the claims, although he admitted that he had an alliance with the opposition in 2017 during the November coup that removed the late former President Robert Mugabe from power.
“We are investigating a number of issues; yes, but we are failing to get proper evidence because no one is coming up with tangible evidence of who is doing what to enable us to recommend that those accused can be charged,” one Matsika said.
Harare has refused to settle the bill after resolving to suspend the US$320 million agreement for the management of the Pomona dumpsite, until a special committee set up by Harare mayor Jacob Mafume looks into the terms of the deal.
Even President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s deafening silence and disquiet on this issue is worrying, especially given that he promised us that he would not brook any form of corruption in this government when he assumed power in 2017.
Sikhala and Sithole were arrested after violence broke out in the Nyatsime area of Chitungwiza following the murder of CCC activist Moreblessing Ali by suspected Zanu PF activist Pius Mukandi, alias Jamba, who has since been arrested.
Evidence before the Francistown magistrates court showed that on March 23 this year Abraham Mahlani destroyed burglar bars and padlocks to gain entry into a house belonging to Thandeka Letsholo and Botho Amantle Mokgatle in Francistown’s Maipaafela location.
He also talked about sugar daddies who are corrupting ghetto sisters and exposing them to sexually transmitted diseases, adding that his main agenda was to highlight issues affecting the young generation.