A forensic audit into the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) has revealed that some of the parastatal’s bosses do not possess the qualifications for their posts. The forensic audit report also shows that the wage bill does not tally with the company’s current workforce which stands at 4 000 from the 20 000 it used to employ.
A source who spoke to The Chronicle revealed these findings but however NRZ public relations manager Mr Nyasha Maravanyika said they were yet to receive the forensic audit report. Last year Government approved a forensic audit after the NRZ board led by Mr Larry Mavima said that such an audit was necessary for the turning around of the company. NRZ owes workers $80 million in salaries.
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