LIST: Land Audit Recommends That These 11 Politicians And Businesspeople’s Land Deals Be Investigated

According to the land audit that was carried out by the land audit commission, these 11 politicians must be investigated for some of their land dealings.

  1. Saviour Kasukuwere – Mr Kasukuwere should be investigated after he “unjustifiably” withdrew land from Beyond Reality and awarded it to UDCORP at Knockmallock Estate A in the province, without an agreement of sale or payment of the purchase price
  2. Christopher Shumba – Mr Shumba stands accused of subdividing the Governor’s residence in Chinhoyi when he was a provincial administrator for Mashonaland West. He is accused of sharing the stands created from the subdivision with two other ministry officials identified as Matimba and Watambwa.
  3. Mr Andrew Rhory Shawatu – Mr Shawatu should be investigated after receiving a number of stands from Delatfin at Haydon Farm in Zvimba, according to the report
  4. Mr Casper Ngoshi –  Mr Ngoshi is said to have allegedly prepared layout plans for property developers called Shine Plus and Leengate, who had land in Zvimba, using his personal company while still employed by the Government and allegedly received payment through his wife’s bank account.
  5. Rtd Col Mhakayakora – Colonel Mhakayakora reportedly asked for stands from Delatfin’s Haydon Farm project after he had facilitated the allocation of 120 hectares of State land to the company.
  6. Felix Munyaradzi – Delatfin director Mr Felix Munyaradzi should, according to the report, be investigated for allegedly illegally selling State land and for selling stands to people without servicing them.
  7. Philip Chiyangwa – Zvimba South legislator Cde Chiyangwa should, according to the report, be investigated for abuse of office after reportedly convening and chairing a council meeting to solicit a favourable resolution to enable his company Gabroc Investments (Pvt) Ltd to sell State land. He allegedly sold Lot 1 of Lot 3 of Brundish Farm to the National Social Security Authority (NSSA) when he did not have title to the land.
  8. Mr Mudavuri – Zanu PF central committee member Cde Muduvuri faces investigation on allegations of selling State land before fully developing it in Kadoma through his company, Macsherp Pvt Ltd
  9. Francis Makwangwariwa – The commission recommended the investigation of former Zvimba East legislator Mr Francis Mukwangwariwa for allegedly selling State land without the authority of the relevant ministry and selling stands before servicing them at Penrose Farm.
  10. Peter Hlola and Shacky Siyamayambo – Zvimba Rural District Council former chief executive officers Mr Peter Hlohla and Mr Shacky Siyamayambo are also implicated for selling State land without authority from the Ministry of Local Government, with some stands being sold before development

More: The Herald 

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One Comment on “LIST: Land Audit Recommends That These 11 Politicians And Businesspeople’s Land Deals Be Investigated

  1. thank you for revealing these zimbabwean land thieves who are zanupf members its true land grab in zim was inspired by these devils the murder and torture these devils together with few evil war vets are responsible for killing the economy of zim these babboons must be investigated

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