The NetOne CEO and 6 of his subordinates and one board member spent the weekend in custody as they are yet to appear in court, New Zimbabwe reports.
This was after they were arrested on Friday by ZACC after it emerged they made a decision that violated the company policy.
According to the publication:
Muchenje is jointly charged with board member Paradzai Chakona; Tawanda Sibanda 49; NetOne Interconnection and Roaming manager,Tinashe Severa; Acting Chief Finance officer, Darlington Guru,53; Chief Technical officer, Spencer Manguwa, 43; Tanyaradzwa Chingombe, Acting Head Legal and Sharmaine Kadenhe Legal Trainee.
They spent the entire day roaming in the court corridors awaiting bail ruling as the state was reportedly sorting out its papers. Court adjourned after 10 pm
Prosecutor Michael Reza said Muchenje turned the MNO into a family tuckshop to the point of hiring personal security guards and bought top of the vehicle cars without seeking approval.
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