Parliament has castigated the Executive branch of government for failing to implement its recommendations, which mostly expose corruption.
Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mines chairperson Edmond Mkaratigwa (Shurugwi South, Zanu PF), appearing delegates recently at a Transparency International Zimbabwe anti-corruption indaba in Harare, cited three reports submitted by three of his predecessors yet nothing was done.
The late Edward Chindori Chininga, Daniel Shumba, and Temba Mliswa’s recommendations in the past 10 years were not acted on, according to Mrakatigwa. He said:
These reports identified challenges dogging the diamond sector and proffered solutions; however, the biggest challenge is that the Executive has not responded to any of the recommendations that were proffered in the past decade.
Edward Takaruza Chindori-Chininga was a Zimbabwean politician and member of the Zanu-PF. He was Member of Parliament for Guruve South, and Minister of Ministry of Mines and Mining Development from 2000 to 2004. Chindori-Chininga died in a fatal car accident in 2013 in what was... Read More About Chindori Chininga
Daniel Shumba is a Zimbabwean politician and businessman who rose to fame during the Second Chimurenga era under Zimbabwe African National Union Liberation Army ZANLA wing of the Zimbabwe African National Union party. He was expelled from parliament in terms of Section 129 (1) (k)... Read More About Daniel Shumba
Transparency International Zimbabwe (TIZ) is a non- profit, non- partisan, systems oriented local chapter of the international movement against corruption. Its broad mandate is to fight corruption and related vices through networks of integrity in line with the Global Strategy. TIZ was established in 1996... Read More About Transparency International Zimbabwe