Zvimba RDC CEO Arrested For Selling Stands To Mugabe’s Relatives

Zvimba Rural District Council (ZRDC) chief executive officer Peter Hlohla has been arrested by the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) on allegations of selling stands at undervalued prices to Government officials prejudicing the council of millions of dollars.

He is detained at Mabelreign Police Station and is expected to appear in court tomorrow. Documents in The Herald’s possession show that Hlohla awarded tenders to companies for the development of Sandton suburb in Mt Hampden without going to tender. He is also accused of undervaluing stands sold to close associates who include former principal director of State residences in the President’s Office Mr Innocent Dzapasi Tizora, former Minister of Mines and Mining Development Minister Walter Chidhakwa and former Public Service Minister Patrick Zhuwao.

More: Herald

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