Former ZPC boss Stanley Kazhanje freed on bail pending appeal

Kazhanje was jailed for three years by a Harare judge last month who found him guilty of concealing a $10,000 transaction involving controversial businessman Wicknell Chivayo's Intratreck Zimbabwe company.

Former Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) chief executive Stanley Kazhanje left Chikurubi Maximum Prison today to enjoy what could be a temporary release after being released by the Supreme Court on $1 bail 000 dollars and waiting for a call.

Kazhanje was jailed for three years by a Harare judge last month who found him guilty of concealing a $10,000 transaction involving controversial businessman Wicknell Chivayo‘s Intratreck Zimbabwe company.

As part of his bail conditions, he was ordered to surrender his passport, reside at his home in Mt Pleasant and report to Marlborough Police Station every Friday.

This was the case with the state that Kazhanje had received the $10,000 as a bribe, leading him to grant favors to the 100 megawatt solar project in Gwanda which had been awarded to the company of Chivayo.

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