Ray Goba replaces Johannes Tomana as the new Prosecutor General after being appointed by President Robert Mugabe. The appointment is contained in the latest extraordinary government gazette released today.
Tomana was relieved of his duties in June this year for misconduct and incompetence.
Ray Goba is a Zimbabwean lawyer. He was appointed the acting Attorney General after Johannes Tomana was suspended. Read More
Robert Mugabe is a Zimbabwean revolutionary and statesman who has been President of the Republic of Zimbabwe since 1987. Previously, he was the prime minister of Zimbabwe since the attainment of independence until 1980. He is also the co-founder of the ZANU-PF. By different sections of people both locally and abroad, Mugabe has been viewed as both a ruthless dictator and champion of the previously marginalised interest of the majority black people. Most recently he is most known for leading Zimbabwe into one of its worst periods economically, but also leading the crafting of the land question through the Third Chimurenga exercise of the 2000 - 2010 decade. Read More
Johannes Tomana is an attorney and the former Prosecutor General in the Ministry of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs in the Republic of Zimbabwe. Tomana was appointed into this position in 2008 during the Government of National Unity era. He was the country's Attorney General for five years before his new appointment as Prosecutor General in 2013. He was fired in May 2017 after a tribunal found him unsuitable to hold office. In February 2016, Tomana was arrested over alleged abuse of office after the withdrawal of charges against two suspects in the bomb attempt at a dairy firm owned by President Robert Mugabe. Tomana’s arrest came at a time tensions were heightening in government and the ruling Zanu PF party between rival factions Team Lacoste and G40. Read More