The Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) board of directors has fired seven senior officials. This was argued to be in line with the company’s drive towards rebuilding public and market confidence. The senior management at the company was being accused of corruption and abuse of office.
The board fired the following officers:
- the chief executive officer,
- chief finance officer,
- supply chain executive,
- chief human resources executive,
- chief security officer,
- engineering executive and,
- the audit executive.
ZCDC board chairman Engineer Killian Ukama confirmed the developments in a statement saying:
The board of directors wishes to make the following announcements; in line with the prevailing operating environment and the need to rebuild public and market confidence the Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company board has resolved to make changes to management.
The board has terminated contracts of employment for seven executives.
Ukama also revealed that the chief operation officer Mr. Roberto De Pretto has been appointed the acting chief executive officer with immediate effect until further notice.
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