ZESA Holdings, Zimbabwe’s power utility is looking for a new group chief executive officer following the termination of Engineer Josh Chifamba’s contract recently.
In a notice, ZESA said:
Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced persons to fill the position of group chief executive officer that has arisen in the utility.
The former CEO, Chifamba was arrested in 2018 in connection with alleged criminal abuse of office. Resultantly, the company’s board decided not to extend his second term. His contract expired last year, having been extended by four years after earlier serving for three years as Zesa chief executive officer.
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