US Govt Targets CIO Minister, August 1 Commander Assets As Pair Is Sanctioned

The United States’ Department of the Treasury has updated its sanctions list on Zimbabwe, with some senior government officials being added while others were removed.

While the late former ZANU PF bigwig, Shuvai Mahofa and former Mashonaland East chairperson Ray Kauonde were among those struck off the list, Minister of State Security Owen Ncube and the Commander of August 1, 2018, killings in central Harare, retired Lieutenant General Anselem Nhamo Sanyatwe have been added.

In a press release earlier on Wednesday, the Department of the Treasury said:

The following [ZIMBABWE] entries have been removed:

KAUKONDE, Ray Joseph, Private Bag 7706, Causeway, Harare, Zimbabwe; DOB 04 Mar 1963; Mashonaland East Provincial Governor (individual) [ZIMBABWE].


The following [ZIMBABWE] entries have been removed:

MAHOFA, Shuvai Ben; DOB 04 Apr 1941; Passport AD000369 (Zimbabwe); Member of Parliament for Gutu South (individual) [ZIMBABWE].

MATHUTHU, Sithokozile; Matabeleland North Provincial Governor & Deputy Secretary for Transport and Social Welfare (individual) [ZIMBABWE].

NDLOVU, Naison K.; DOB 22 Oct 1930; Politburo Secretary for Production and Labor (individual) [ZIMBABWE].


The following [ZIMBABWE] entries have been added to OFAC’s SDN List:

NCUBE, Owen, Zimbabwe; DOB 17 Apr 1968; Gender Male (individual) [ZIMBABWE].

SANYATWE, Anselem Nhamo, Zimbabwe; Tanzania; DOB 21 Jan 1956; Gender Male; Passport 290060361Y34 (Zimbabwe) expires 23 Jun 2024 (individual) [ZIMBABWE].

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