BREAKING: Maziwisa, Pambuka Convicted Of Defrauding ZPC Of $12 500

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Former MP for Highfield West Psychology Maziwisa and ZBC News presenter Oscar Pambuka have been convicted of defrauding the Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) of $12 500 in a PR deal.

The two were sentenced to 6 years and 5 months each in jail. Effectively however they would serve 2 years, 6 months each after the rest of the term was conditionally suspended.

Psychology MaziwisaOscar PambukaZimbabwe Power Company

Psychology Maziwisa is a politician and lawyer and former member of the Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front party. He is also former Member of Parliament for the Highfield West constituency. In November 2018, following a trial on corruption charges, Maziwisa along with co-accused, Oscar... Read More About Psychology Maziwisa

Oscar Pambuka is a Zimbabwean journalist, entrepreneur and Zimdancehall musician. In November 2018, following a trial on corruption charges, Pambuka along with co-accused, Psychology Maziwisa was convicted of defrauding the Zimbabwe Power Company of $12,500 in a PR deal. They were sentenced to 6 years... Read More About Oscar Pambuka

Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) is a state-owned power generation company in Zimbabwe mandated by government to generate electricity for the domestic market. ZPC was incorporated in 1996 as the Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority Holdings (ZESA) investment vehicle in the power sector and it became operational... Read More About Zimbabwe Power Company

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  1. godfrey chikowore Reply

    Well judgements are judgements only because judges pronounce them yet its pronouncement by a judge hardly makes it judicious or true, even the public make better judges/judgements than qualified and seating judges.

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