Nzuwah to head four commissions

HARARE - President Robert Mugabe yesterday officially appointed Mariyawanda Nzuwah to head four constitutional commissions.

In a statement issued by Misheck Sibanda, the chief secretary to the President and Cabinet, Nzuwah has been appointed chairperson of the Civil Service Commission, Police Service Commission, Defence Service Commission and Prisons and Correctional Service Commission. Nzuwah also becomes a member of the Judicial Services Commission.

Sibanda was re-appointed chief secretary to the President and Cabinet as well as ipso facto head of the Public Services.

Four deputy chief secretaries and secretaries to the executive commissions were also appointed in terms of Sections 205(1) of the new constitution of Zimbabwe.

Ray Ndukula has been appointed the accounting officer in the office of the President and Cabinet.

Justin Mupamhanga was also appointed deputy chief secretary to the President and Cabinet while Rtd Col Christian Katsande was also appointed deputy chief secretary to the President and Cabinet.

Pretty Sunguro was appointed secretary for the Civil Service Commission, Police Service Co
mmission, Defence Forces Service Commission and Prison Service Commission.

All appointments were in accordance with the new Zimbabwe Constitution and are with effect from the day they assumed their duties.

Comments (3)

How old are these people, will we ever get anywhere recycling tired minds? where will they get new ideas from ? zvakaoma

chirengar - 21 November 2013

Indeed, how old are these fellows and given the mud we find ourselves stuck what is it these guys have done to merit them staying on despite the muck we find ourselves. How do we expect perennial failures to get us out of the mud they pushed us into in the first place? Frankly, this is disappointing. When are the people who have been working under them going to get a chance to prove themselves at the wheel..when they are dead perhaps?

gutter poet - 21 November 2013

Rtd Col Christian Katsande who ran under a bank...was it TIME Bank?

Old Tricks - 21 November 2013

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