Mugabe’s son-in-law allegedly underqualified for top airline job
Those who worked with Chikore in previous years have been quoted as saying, he has no managerial experience.
Controversy surrounding the hiring of President Robert Mugabe’s son in-law as second-in-command at Air Zimbabwe is reportedly deepening as he’s alleged to be underqualified for the post.
It’s being reported that it took just 20 working days for the troubled national carrier to hire Simba Chikore as its new COO.
Those who worked with Chikore in previous years have been quoted as saying that he has no managerial experience.
There are now calls for the Zimbabwean airline to make public the processes it takes to hire senior executives.
(Edited by Leeto M Khoza)