Auditors tasked to probe RBZ officials

HARARE - The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has instructed auditors to urgently investigate officials accused of illegal forex trading.

In a statement yesterday, RBZ governor John Mangudya said the bank’s board of directors is seized with the matter and has directed its audit and oversight committee to urgently look into the issues.

He said the committee has been tasked to immediately work in conjunction with external auditors and other stakeholders to investigate the matter.

“Upon conclusion of the investigations, the public will be apprised of the outcome in the interest of transparency and good governance.”

On Monday, Mangudya indefinitely suspended four senior officials on allegations of corruption raised by the now former chairperson of the Finance and Economic Development communications taskforce Gerald Mutumanje well known as Acie Lumumba.

Comments (2)

What if these Auditors had a hand in the corrupt activities at the RBZ. Are they going to come out with tangible evidence of corruption of themselves

Is She refered to as Dr right now? - 27 October 2018

These technocrats appointed for this job will fail to deliver on their mandates due to interference from those not yet identified in the scam. Spanners will be thrown in their path by the yet to be identified culprits. It's all but a futile attempt. The few unfortunate lot are only but the "tip of the iceberg"

Is She refered to as Dr right now? - 27 October 2018

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