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NSSA Appoints Acting General Manager As Corruption-Accused Arthur Manase Is Sent On Leave

NSSA Appoints Acting General Manager As Corruption-Accused Arthur Manase Is Sent On Leave

NSSA has announced the appointment of Dr Charles Shava, Director of Occupational Safety and Health, as Acting General Manager after Arthur Manase was sent on forced leave to pave way for investigations on corruption allegations levelled against him. In a statement seen by Pindula News, NSSA chairman, Percy Toriro said the appointment was meant to ensure business continuity whilst the investigation takes place. Reads the statement:

LEAVE OF ABSENCE OF THE GENERAL MANAGER TO FACILITATE A COMPREHENSIVE INVESTIGATION AT THE NATIONAL SOCIAL SECURITY AUTHORITY

Stakeholders must have followed with concern several allegations of problems at NSSA over the past few months. The challenges are multi-layered and could be attributable to a variety of factors. Different state entities, including Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission, have been seized with the issues. The Board has also been conducting its own investigations into the allegations.

A comprehensive investigation has been instituted to get to the bottom of the matters. To support this and ensure that the exercise is conducted in an independent and transparent environment, the board is sending the General Manager on leave until the exercise is complete. The board fully supports all investigations as it believes this will restore confidence in NSSA.

The board has in the interim appointed Dr Charles Shava, Director of Occupational Safety and Health, as Acting General Manager to ensure business continuity whilst the investigation takes place. Stakeholders should therefore expect continuous uninterrupted service. Kindly be advised accordingly.

On behalf of the Board

Dr Percy Toriro NSSA Chairman NSSAHeroes! Tel: +263-24-2706 523-5, Email: into@nssa.org.zw, Website: www.nssa.org.zw, @nssazw nssa A Lifelong promise

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2 Comments

INTERESTED ONLOOKER 1 month ago

The pensioners are being given a monthly stipend of 8960 RTGS. Apa ndivo varidzi vemari.


Gurundoro 1 month ago

Law forced some of us for our money to be deducted. Current payout by both NASSA and LAPF.... jokes of century.



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