News:Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission fires 3 'corrupt' managers

<vote /> The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission has fired 3 out of the four managers that were suspended on allegations of corrupt activities while one manager, Ms Sukai Tongogara (general manager investigations), has been exonerated of the charges.

Those that were fired yesterday are Mr Christopher Chisango (general manager finance, administration and human resources), Mr Edwin Mubataripi (general manager, prevention and advocacy) and Mr Gibson Mangwiro, who was the chief accountant/finance manager.

Tongogara is set to resume her duties after a full disciplinary board which was appointed to look into the issue acquitted her.

The four were reportedly suspended in April after being linked to corrupt activities involving former ZACC chief executive and former Senior Assistant Commissioner in the Zimbabwe Republic Police, Ngonidzashe Gumbo, was jailed two years last year for defrauding ZACC $435 000.

Gumbo bought offices to be used by the commission in Mt Pleasant, Harare, using Government funds, but registered the property in the name of a company he jointly owned with his subordinates Mubataripi, Chisango and Mangwiro.

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