Chidhakwa granted bail

Chidhakwa granted bail
Published: 21 December 2017 (957 Views)
Former cabinet minister Walter Chidhakwa who was arrested two days ago has been granted a US$300 bail by Harare Magistrate Ms Josephine Sande.

Appearing before magistrate Sande today, Chidhakwa, who is former Mines and Mining Development Minister, was ordered to report to the police twice a week and to reside at his given address as part of his bail conditions.

Chidhakwa is facing charges of abuse of office by appointing a one-man board at the Minerals Marketing Corporation of Zimbabwe (MMCZ) in the name of Professor Francis Gudyanga prejudicing the company of over US$28 000.

- zbc

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