ZINARA CEO granted bail

Nkosinathi Ncube

Zvikomborero Parafini, Court Reporter
ZINARA CEO Nkosinathi Ncube on Monday appeared in court charged for contravening the prevention of corruption act by allegedly trying to sabotage investigations.
Ncube was released on $10 000 bail.

The State alleged that on October 7, ZAAC served Zinara with a warrant of search and seizure requesting some documents for an investigation that was underway.

Ncube reportedly ordered the complainant Jeremiah Singende, an accounts clerk to immediately produce the documents which were in his office and were handed over to ZACC through the company secretary.

Reports are that on October 14 the complainant was invited to ZACC to clarify on some documents.

It is alleged that on October 22 Moyo wrote a transfer letter, transferring the complainant to a tollgate as accounts clerk tolling reconciliation with effect from October 26, a letter which was served on him by Zvandasara.


It is alleged that on October 26, Ncube gave the security guard an instruction not to allow Singende entrance at the Zinara head office.

This according to the State was meant to sabotage the investigation that was being carried out by ZACC with Singende assisting.

Allegations are that they repeated the same modus operandi on three other employees among them Munyaradzi Tongowona, Tonderai Marange and Nathaniel Tembo whom the two allegedly questioned before he left for ZACC offices for questioning.

They allegedly told Tembo not to reveal much about loans involving Zvandasara.