Council of Chiefs president Fortune Charumbira was appointed to chair the Privileges Committee set up to investigate allegations against Norton legislator Temba Mliswa and three others of demanding a $400 000 bribe from a local businessman.
Charumbira was appointed by Parliament’s Committee of Standing Rules and Orders which dissolved the Mines and Mining Development portfolio committee on Monday. Other members of the Privileges Committee are Dr Mathew Nyashanu (Buhera Central), Jonathan Samkange (Mudzi South), Mashonaland East Proportionate Representative Tatenda Mavetera (Zanu-PF), Mr Innocent Gonese (MDC-Alliance) and Harare Metropolitan Proportionate Representative Ms Paurina Mpariwa (MDC-Alliance).
Mr Mliswa, was implicated together with three other legislators; Leonard Chikomba (Gokwe Kabuyuni, Zanu-PF), Mr Anele Ndebele (Magwegwe, MDC Alliance) and Prince Sibanda (Binga North, MDC Alliance).
Fortune Charumbira is a traditional leader in Zimbabwe and the current President of the Chief's Council. He was inaugurated as the substantive Chief Charumbira on 24 May 2000.In October 2018 Fortune Charumbira was elected unopposed as vice president of the Pan-African Parliament (PAP) Bureau, representing... Read More About Fortune Charumbira
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Innocent Gonese is a Zimbabwean politician who is part of the MDC-Alliance party. He was elected into parliament in July 2013 to represent Mutare Central Constituency. He was reelected in the 2018 elections. Read More About Innocent Gonese