Paul Nyathi|Speaker of Parliament Advocate Jacob Mudenda says the judgment of the Privileges Committee set up to investiagate allegations of corruption against Norton legislator Temba Mliswa and three others would soon be tabled in Parliament.
Mliswa was accused together with Messers Anele Ndebele (Magwegwe), Leonard Chikomba ( Gokwe North) and Prince Sibanda (Binga North) of demanding US$400 000 from Mr James Ross Goddard as facilitation fee to enable his company JRG Contracting (Pvt) Ltd mine coal at Hwange.
Advocate Mudenda said the report would be tabled in Parliament once the chairperson of the Privileges Committee, Chief Fortune Charumbira, who is out of the country, returned.
“The report is with the Chairperson who I have advised as per your concern that now that they have indicated that they have finished the report, it must be tabled here in the House. The report has been completed. Hon. Sen. Chief Charumbira is currently away on PAP business and as soon as he is back – we shall urge him to table that report,” said Mudenda.
Source: State Media