Job Whabira is a Zimbabwean who is currently the chairperson of the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC). Before his appointment as chairman of the anti-graft body he served as the permanent secretary in the Ministry of Defence.

Job Whabira
Born Job Whabira
February 21, 1939
Residence Zimbabwe
Nationality Zimbabwe
Occupation
  • Chairperson
Employer Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission

A 2001 United Nations report and a 2002 Global witness report alleged that Whabira was involved in the operations of Cosleg Private Limited ,a company implicated in the plunder of natural resources in the DRC.

Background

Job Whabira was born on 21 February 1939.[1]

Career

Whabira was sworn in as Zacc chairperson in February 2016.[2] Before his appointment as ZACC Chairperson he served as permanent secretary in the ministries of Home Affairs and Defence.[3]



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References

  1. Compiled List of 350 Individuals on various 'Sanctions' lists., SW Radio Africa, published: No Date Given, retrieved: November 24, 2016
  2. Everson Mushava, Updated: Hungwe upgraded to full Cabinet minister, NewsDay, published: February 25, 2016, retrieved: November 24, 2016
  3. Felix Share, President swears in commissioners, Herald, published: February 25, 2016, retrieved: November 24, 2016