ZESA executives, former Energy minister arrested


Tinashe Makichi 

ZESA Holdings CEO Joshua Chifamba, ZENT managing director Tererai Mutasa and former Energy Minister Elton Mangoma have been arrested on corruption charges involving a Korean company.

Well placed sources told Business Times that the three were picked up by police and are currently being held at Avondale Police Station.

They are being charged with corruptly awarding a tender in a deal which involves a Korean company. The trio is expected in court tomorrow.

Chifamba still has a pending case on a corruption charge of $35 million worth of underhand deals involving an Indian company, PME.

More details to follow