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ZIMBABWE NATIONAL ROAD ADMINISTRATION (Zinara) finance director Simon Taranhike has been arrested on allegations of criminal abuse of office and attempts to conceal corruption. Taranhike is said to have released 1 800 litres of fuel to some members of the local media and abused the Zinara parastatal’s petty cash.
The Zimbabwe National police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi confirmed Taranhike’s arrest and stated that the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) is handling the issue.
Taranhike is a familiar face in the criminal justice system docks, appearing before a judge in the past when he was once arrested for criminal abuse of office, accused of fraudulently engaging third party companies to source foreign currency on the informal market on behalf of Zinara.
In May 2019, the ex Zinara acting chief executive officer Ms Mathlene Mujokoro and ex audit manager Shadreck Matengabadza resigned, and at the same time 19 Zinara employees were arrested for fraud over, more than US$210 000. More news to follow. Sibusiso Ngwenya
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