The Zimbabwe School of mines CEO Mr Dzingirai Tusai has been fired, NewsDay reports. Tusai was sent on forced leave in May 2018 to pave way for investigations into corruption allegations levelled against him. Students and lecturers at the school protested against him in April last year complaining over alleged corruption and high tuition.
The board suspended Tusai for 3 months to pave way for investigations after the April protest disturbance at the school. The Zimbabwe School Of Mines Board Chair Speaking to the Southern Eye said:
No, he hasn’t been reinstated. We will be appointing a new substantive head very soon. I think discussions were held and parties mutually terminated the contract. So it was a mutually agreed separation,
Mr Tusai also confirmed the development but said he left because he felt he needed to retire.