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ED To Ensure Accountability For COVID-19 Donations

3 years agoThu, 23 Apr 2020 05:20:27 GMT
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ED To Ensure Accountability For COVID-19 Donations

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has assured corporates and individuals that their donations towards the fight against COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus will be accounted for.

The President made the remarks at State House where he received donations in cash and kind from various corporates and individuals at State House on Wednesday night. He said:

Let me assure you that the donations you have made, in the same manner the donations already made by others before you, and those who are yet to come, we assure the nation and the donors that your donations will be put to maximum use transparently with accountability.

TelOne and NetOne donated $10 million while the Transport Association of Zimbabwe donated $11 800 000 that will be disbursed in tranches until July.

First Lady Amai Auxilia Mnangagwa’s Angel of Hope Foundation donated 50 000 face masks, 1 519 medical protective suits, and 1 000 units of medical goggles.

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Turnall Asbestos donated 600 roofing sheets and Green Fuel donated 3 750 litres of sanitisers while Dairiboard Zimbabwe made a cash donation of $1 million, products worth $3 million and 30 000kg of maize meal to help those in the front line.

King David Global donated one million face masks, and other materials worth US$2 million and Winfounders donated 40 aprons and cups.

More: The Herald

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