Super Mandiwanzira’s Trial Deferred Once Again

Former ICT Minister Supa Mandiwanzira’s trial has been deferred again. Mandiwanzira is facing charges of criminal abuse of office and his trial has once more been postponed to this Friday after he applied for further particulars to prove the state’s allegations.

Mandiwanzira through Advocate Brian Hungwe has requested proof that he has shares in Nightangle, a company which he is accused of owning and which was involved in fleecing NetOne for consultation services through Megawatt.

He additionally requested for State Procurement Board authorisation documents and correspondences between NetOne and RBZ and tender documents relating to the Huawei deal, among other documents.

Related:

  1. Supa Mandiwanzira Gets Trial Dates

  2. Supa Mandiwanzira Granted $2 000 Bail

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