Former Mines Permanent Secretary Sentenced To Four Years

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ZTN Correspondent

Former Mines and Mining Development Permanent Secretary Francis Gudyanga has been sentenced
to four years in prison for corruption.

18 months were suspended on condition that he pays back US$25 225 to the Mineral Marketing
Corporation (MMCZ) by 22 April this year through the clerk of court.

Harare Regional Magistrate Barbara Chimbodza found Gudyanga guilty of criminal abuse of office as
a public officer.

Charges against him were that he corruptly claimed US$29 000 from MMC in sitting allowances on
behalf of a dissolved board.

More to follow….