THE Zimbabwean government is set to procure fire engines from a Belarusian company owned by President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s associate, Alyaksandr Zingman. Last year News Diggers! reported that Zingman, who appeared in controversial pictures with former president Edgar Lungu, Lusaka businessman Valden Findlay and Russian businessman Alexander Mikheev, had been arrested in the Democratic Republic of Congo after meeting with former president Joseph Kabila. According to the Zimbabwean media, the Zimbabwe Local Government and Public Works Permanent Secretary Zvinechimwe Churu announced that government would procure fire tenders from Belarus on a government to government agreement at a cost of $464,296 each. “In a bid to alleviate capital equipment shortages in local authorities, the government of Zimbabwe will procure fire tenders from…...

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