Articles tagged 'moses juma'

Zinara finance manager nails CEO in graft trial 28 July 2018 HARARE - A Zimbabwe National Roads Administration (Zinara) finance manager yesterday recounted in court how former chief executive officer Moses Juma made him sign a back-dated document that reportedly concealed a fraudulent transaction. Shadreck Matengabadza was testifying during the graft tr...
Mphoko's ally in hot soup 24 July 2018 HARARE - A former Zimbabwe National Road Administration (Zinara) employee who was released from police custody by ex-vice president Phelekezela Mphoko in 2016 is now facing criminal prosecution over graft charges. Mphoko stirred controversy in July 2016, after he stormed Avondale Police Statio...
Harare City Council to buy $250k road repairs plant 24 February 2018 HARARE - Harare City Council is set to looking to buy a new asphalt plant at an estimated cost of $250 000. The revelations were made in an Emergency Road Rehabilitation Program meeting held this week between council and the Zimbabwe National Roads Authority (Zinara). Harare has been repair...
Zinara boss detained 14 July 2016 HARARE - The Zimbabwe National Roads Administration (Zinara) acting chief executive officer Moses Juma was yesterday arrested over a raft of corruption allegations. Juma, who is jointly charged with the president of the Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce and Zinara board member Davison Noru...
Zinara blows $1,7m on roads survey 22 April 2016 BULAWAYO - State-run Zimbabwe National Roads Administration (Zinara) has unveiled $1,7 million for the national road condition survey which is meant to determine the state of the country's road network in preparation for rehabilitation. Speaking during the survey official launch yesterday at a...
Zinara under renewed scrutiny 26 August 2014 HARARE - Moses Juma, the acting Zimbabwe National Roads Administration (Zinara) chief executive, yesterday walked into a firestorm after Parliament grilled him over his agency's procurement of road rehabilitation equipment, including graders, at “ridiculous prices”. Accompanied by Transport an...