Ministers & other public officials must declare riches by end of February – govt directive
A new government directive will see public officials declaring their assets.
Issued by the Chief Secretary to the office of the President and Cabinet, Misheck Sibanda, the directive says:
“It has become mandatory for all ministers, deputy ministers, heads of ministries, senior principal directors, board chairpersons, board members of state owned enterprises and parastatals, chief executives of state owned enterprises, all chairpersons and members of Constitutional commissions (both executive and independent), and chief executives of local authorities to submit a written declaration of their assets.
The declaration of assets (valued at least $100,000 movable and immovable; business interests) should be made by 28 February 2018.
Maybe we will finally know how much Obert Mpofu is worth…
Which other public officials would you like to find out what their worth is? Share your thoughts below…