Where is the line minister and office of the president and cabinet when all this is going on unabated?
Year in year out, NetOne never misses our headlines and we are also sick and tired of their drama, Ts which has costed them millions in nothing but lawsuits, investigations and legal fees, a figure we are still to ascertain and someone must account for.
While all this is happening , competition at Econet is progressing, declaring dividends and birthing independent stock exchange listed companies and of course Telecel is dying , and no one seems to care, yet still we need to give due attention to them.
NetOne is one company which has been highly investigated more than any criminal gang in Zimbabwe, good names year in and year out are finally soiled, tainted and destroyed and one has to ask the why there is always unceasing drama at NetOne.
Who really is driving this perpetual animosity, whose interest is the person serving and why must Zimbabweans continue to loose their asset?
Until we solve this question, Zimbabweans will continue to get sickened by these useless, petty and personal fights at national fora.
Tech Talk members recently added their voice and displeasure at the unending drama and ravaging fires than never cease, demanding fresh breath and proper corporate governance at the state owned mobile network.
Drama began With firing of NetOne founding CEO Reward Kangai, who today walks free against a hp of charges that were laid against him, thee same happened but quietly to the acting CEO Mr Brian Mutandiro, though he took a much silent exit, he never got to see the day where he was celebrated after driving positively towards NetOne profitability, and Now on and off with Lazarus Muchenje, the man who has just refused to die, and ultimately never skips our headlines.
Are all these the worst CEOs we have ever had in Zimbabwe, if at all they were that bad, why is there never an out of court settlement arrangement for them, why are not seeing the board members, line ministries closing doors and seal a deal that preserves the integrity of the organization, and should the CEO go, they do it with much respect for the contributions they have made.
This then boggles the mind, there is a super power enjoying these wars, benefiting from them , whichever way, the person/s must be identified, uprooted and allow sanity to prevail at the state owned enterprises.
Zimbabweans own the entities, they are not private companies and no one must behave as if they own them and they only go their way goes or no way!
We need real man and woman who in the next few days will stand up and say no more to this nonsense and work towards the growth of the sector.