Dexter Nduna is a Zimbabwean politician and a member of Zanu-PF party. He is the Member of Parliament for Chegutu West Constituency. He was reelected in the July 2018 elections. He is the current chairperson of the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Transport. He is also an Air Force of Zimbabwe Flight Lieutenant.

Dexter Nduna
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Occupation
  • Politician
Known for Being A Member Of Parliament For Zanu-PF
Political party Zanu-PF

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Background

Dexter was born in 1970. Nduna is married and has a daughter. Two of his children died in a road accident in August 2014.[1]

Education

Nduna is a civil engineer by profession.[1]

Misrepresentation of Facts

In October 2017 Nduna was reported to have given a false record of tourists which were robbed while booked at Victoria Falls. He was further accused of scaring tourists away. Nduna had been reported to have called on the Government and Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Transport and Infrastructure Development to strengthen security in resort areas to protect tourists who bring highly sought after foreign currency into the country. [2]


Mobilisation of Zanu-PF Youths

In May 2017, It was reported that Nduna led Zanu-PF Youths to disturb an auguration which was conducted by Chegutu council to officially open a 4km road. It is was reported that Zinara donated $170 000 to assist in the resurfacing of the road. When the project was complete, the council held an opening ceremony which Nduna allegedly interjected.In the reports, Ndanga was said to have hired rowdy youths and louder PA system and took over the event from the council, whom he accused of corruption.The youths chanted songs of praise to Zanu Pf and sang insulting songs against MDC, the party where the mayor of Chegutu is from. Eventually, the Mayor left the event and Nduna allegedly took over and threatened those who support MDC.

This road was not constructed by this MDC-T council; it was fixed by our Zanu PF government though Zinara,” he said.If you are a civil servant, you have to toe the line, if you don’t, President Robert Mugabe will uproot you through me,” Nduna said. [3]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Fortious Nhambura, Dexter Nduna: Man on a mission, Herald, published: July 7, 2013, retrieved: August 17, 2016
  2. Tourism Players lash at 'lying' legislator Nduna, , Published:26 October 2017 , Retrieved: 18 December 2017
  3. Blessed Mhlaga (May 25, 2017). "Nduna hijacks council programme = Newsday". Retrieved October 18, 2017.