Bright Matonga is a Zimbabwean politician and a former Deputy Minister of Information and Member of Parliament. Matonga is an author.

Bright Matonga
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Occupation
  • Politician
Known for Being a member of Zanu-PF


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Personal Life

He was once married to Elizabeth Anne Matonga and together they had a son Farai Mandishona Matonga.

Education

Matonga wrote his O and A Levels at Ngezi High School and Churchill Boys High respectively. He then enrolled at Greenwich University in the United Kingdom where he graduated with a BSc Honours in Media Production & Technology. After graduating from Greenwich, he enrolled for a Masters in Strategic Management at Chinhoyi University of Technology He then went on to enroll at , University of Aldersgate for a Doctorate in Strategic Management.

He also holds a Diploma in International Air Transport.[1]

Positions Held

Deputy Minister of Information

Alleged bribe

Bright Matonga was jointly charged with the former Zupco chairman Charles Nherera . Matonga was reportedly charged with receiving a 10,000-US-dollar bribe in 2004 from controversial Zimbabwean Asian businessman, Jayesh Shah, who was involved in several deals with the state-run bus company ZUPCO. Matonga was chief executive of ZUPCO at the time the alleged offence was committed.[2]

Chigwell Estate

In 2016 Matonga was reported to have been blamed for the rundown of Chigwell Estate in Chegutu. It was reported that the farm before Matonga took over would sustain the livelihood of about 500 lives and help Zimbabwe annual revenue with $4 million in exports. However Matonga was reported to have been unapologetic of the situation on the farm.[3]


Books


Some Articles About Bright Matonga

Tomana to appear at the High Court on February 13 next year for trial Thu Nov 17 2016

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References

  1. Dr Bright MATONGA, LinkedIn, Published: No Date Given, retrieved: October 25, 2016
  2. [1], ZUPCO crumbles; Mugabe presides over yet another historic destruction , Published:31 December 2011 , retrieved: 11 December 2017
  3. Matonga unapologetic despite farm disaster , , Published:20 November 2016 , Retrieved: 12 December 2017