Its now payback time for Wicknell Chivayo

Wicknell Chivayo

Businessman, Wicknell Chivayo has dominated news pages in recent weeks following his appearance before a parliamentary portfolio committee on the tender he received from the Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC). After being grilled by the legislators, Chivayo came out all guns blazing on social media, insisting that the parliamentarians were out of their depth and had failed to understand the industry he was involved in. Now, ZPC has appeared before the same parliamentary committee and it is now clear as day that the power utility and Chivayo were involved in some…

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New Twist To Chivayo’s Gwanda Scam, Bank Audits Expose’

Wicknell Chivayo

The probe into how convicted fraudster Wicknell Chivayo obtained a large payment of $5million from the power utility, ZESA’s ZPC subsidiary, saw a visit by the parliamentary portfolio committee of energy to the Gwanda Solar plant site yesterday showing that there is not even a single solar panel at the site 2 year later. This development was last year exposed by ZimEye.com when it was revealed Wicknell Chivayo only began constructing a fence a month after Robert Mugabe’s removal. Wicknell Chivayo received $5 million from the Zimbabwe Power Company for the…

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MPs pile pressure on Chivayo

The Parliamentary Portfolio committee on Mines and Energy will tour the site of the proposed Gwanda Solar Plant in Gwanda today as MPs widen their probe into the contentious deal signed by the Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) and Intratrek, a company owned by flashy businessman Mr Wicknell Chivayo. The post MPs pile pressure on Chivayo appeared first on Nehanda Radio. Source: Nehanda Radio

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Parliament grills Wicknell Chivayo

indecent assault

By Farirai Machivenyika Businessman Mr Wicknell Chivayo was yesterday taken to task by the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mines and Energy over the $5 million he received from the Zimbabwe Power Company for the Gwanda solar project without the requisite bank guarantees. Mr Wicknell Chivhayo (left) and Intratek lawyer Mr Bruce Tokwe giving evidence to members of the parliamentary portfolio committee on Mines and Energy yesterday. Picture by John Manzongo A bank guarantee is given to secure advance payments made for work that has not been done. Mr Chivayo was…

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