Articles tagged 'spb'

Govt caught pants down 24 June 2017 HARARE - Government is bypassing the State Procurement Board (SPB) in its implementation of the hyped Command Agriculture initiative in violation of the law, which requires that all projects worth US$10 000 or above should go through formal tender to enable it to get the best money can buy. Th...
Bigwigs snub Kuwaza burial 22 April 2017 HARARE - The burial of long-serving former top civil servant Charles Kuwaza in Harare yesterday was most notable for the absence of senior Zanu PF and government officials. The 63-year-old Kuwaza — who died on Independence Day under disputed circumstances — was interred at the Glen Forest Memo...
Kuwaza dies in Harare fall 19 April 2017 HARARE - Former top civil servant and chairperson of the State Procurement Board (SPB), Charles Kuwaza ,63, plunged to his death yesterday after falling nine floors from a high-rise Harare building — in a tragic case which is suspected to have been suicide. At the time of his death yesterday a...
Kuwaza admitted to bail in $1m fraud rap 25 March 2017 HARARE - A former State Procurement Board (SPB) chairperson, who fell seriously ill following an arrest over $1 million corruption charges, was granted $2 000 bail yesterday. Charles Kuwaza's remand proceedings were first held at Metropolitan Clinic before Harare provincial magistrate Elisha S...
Ex-SPB boss faces arrest 3 February 2017 HARARE - Former State Procurement Board (SPB) chairperson, Charles Kuwaza, could be arrested after legislators from across the political divide called for the instigation of contempt of  Parliament charges against him. Ruling Zanu PF and opposition MDC MPs yesterday united in calling for conte...
We did not violate tender laws: Kuwaza 7 April 2014 HARARE - State Procurement Board (SPB) executive chairman Charles Kuwaza says there was no violation of laws and procedure in advising the Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) to engage two extra bidders for its intended solar projects in Gwanda. The development also comes as the key economic agency a...