Hwange Colliery Company has suspended its managing director Thomas Makore to allow investigations into various alleged corrupt activities at the colliery company.
Sources at the coal miner said Makore is being accused of authorising dubious transactions while also undermining the miner board’s authority.
Hwange Colliery Company Limited, the country’s largest coal mining company appointed Makore in June 2014 as substantive managing director, almost two years after the departure of Mr Fred Moyo, who then went to become deputy Minister of Mines and Mining Development.
Mining engineer Mr Thomas Makore will took over from Jemester Chininga, who was the current acting managing director.
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