Stanley Kazhenje

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Stanley Kazhanje is the CEO of Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) who faces charges of accepting a bribe not to cancel the Gwanda Solar Project tender awarded to Wicknell Chivayo,s Intratrek Zimbabwe.

Personal Details

No information could be found on his age, place of birth, or family.

School / Education

1963 – 1971: St Augustine’s, Penhalonga. A level
1974 – 1977: B. Sc., Electronics & Electrical Engineering, University of Birmingham.
1978 – 1980: Master's degree, Control Engineering, Linear & Non-Linear Systems, University of Coventry.
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Service / Career

1980 – 1993: General Works Manager, Ziscosteel.
1993 – Present: MD, Terminal Engineers.
2011 – Present: Senior Electrical and Control Engineer, Lamont Consulting / Nicholas O’Dwyer Consulting / Terminal Engineers.
2014 – present: Board Chairman, Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC)
2014 – present: Non-executive Director, ZESA Holdings
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Events

In April 2019, Stanley Kazhanje faced allegations of receiving a $10 000 bribe from Intratrek Zimbabwe not to cancel the 100 megawatt project, the $200 million Gwanda Solar Project tender awarded to the Wicknell Chivayo-led firm The State alleges that on January 21, 2016, and under unclear circumstances, Kazhanje received $10 000 into his Barclays Bank personal account from Intratrek’s CBZ Bank account. Later, he presided over a meeting in which the board decided against terminating the Intratrek contract despite the company having failed to meet its obligations under the contract. This resulted in ZPC paying Intratrek $4 387 849 in advance. [2]


Further Reading

  1. 1.0 1.1 [1], Stanley Kazhenje, Linked In, Retrieved: 27 August 2019
  2. [2], 'Newsday, Published: 5 April 2019, Retrieved: 27 August 2019