Former Information Communication Technology Supa Mandiwanzira has been freed on $2 000 bail. Mandiwanzira is accused of abusing his authority as ICT minister by ordering government telecoms firm NetOne to pay $5 million to South African company Megawatt for consultancy work without going to tender. The Zanu-PF MP for Nyanga South was arrested after he handed himself over to the police on his return from a business trip in China.
Ex-Minister Freed on Bail, Protests 'Filthy' Police Detention Cells
New Zimbabwe, 7 November 2018
Embattled former Information Communication Technology (ICT) minister, Supa Mandiwanzira, was Wednesday freed on $2 000 bail but placed a complaint over police's decision to detain… Read more »
Supa Mandiwanzira, right, arrives at court on Wednesday with his lawyers.
Ex-Minister Mandiwanzira Freed On Bail
The Herald, 8 November 2018
Nyanga South National Assembly Member and former Information Communication Technology and Cyber Security Minister Supa Mandiwanzira, who is facing criminal abuse of office charges,… Read more »
Former Cabinet minister Supa Mandiwanzira's lawyer says they were yet be told of the charges but indications pointed to criminal abuse of office. Read more »
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