Mliswa Strikes Again, Says Chitando Not Taking Mining Sector Anywhere

Norton legislator Temba Mliswa has fired salvo at Mines minister Winstone Chitando charging that the mining sector will not go anywhere with him at the helm.

In a Twitter thread posted yesterday, Mliswa accused Chitando of corruption saying investors are not prepared to come to Zimbabwe to pay for deals.

“No procurement or transaction took place at Mimosa without Chitando, as a CA its a shame! The mining sector won’t go anywhere with him on top&why investors aren’t prepared to loan Zim even a cent. Conglomerates aren’t keen to come to Zim to “pay” for deals,” said Mliswa.

He accused Chitando of pushing for Hwange Colliery to be put under reconstruction just as a way of avoiding scrutiny.

“As a Minister isn’t it clear that with HCCL listed on the ZSE,LSE&JSE you can’t continue dealing without scrutiny?In an effort to avoid exposure you push for a Reconstruction Act Order which itself was totally out of order,who will invest in a country under such circumstances?.

Below is Mliswa’s thread on Chitando;

1/ No procurement or transaction took place at Mimosa without Chitando, as a CA its a shame! The mining sector won’t go anywhere with him on top&why investors aren’t prepared to loan Zim even a cent. Conglomerates aren’t keen to come to Zim to “pay” for deals

2/ As a Minister isn’t it clear that with HCCL listed on the ZSE,LSE&JSE you can’t continue dealing without scrutiny?In an effort to avoid exposure you push for a Reconstruction Act Order which itself was totally out of order,who will invest in a country under such circumstances?

3/There must be rule of law at some point,are we there yet or have backslid?Those are issues to drive my brother I know you’re candid&hope this doesn’t get you in trouble but for us to move this country forward we need to be honest to he needs the truth

4/Sadly, people surrounding are of no value to him at all. He tried them in his quest for a new dispensation but they’re not the answer they’re responding to the old dispensation