EDITOR ― Your story headlined “AirZim rot exposed” refers.From what I can see, these are mere allegations which are yet to be proven and to say “AirZim rot exposed” is very unprofessional.
It borders on defaming the characters of people who worked hard for the airline to survive when the country was wincing under economic sanctions.
It is clear even from this report that the appointment of Navistar was imposed by the insurer who was calling the shots.
In this case, it is the rot at your paper which has been exposed because they appoint journalists who have no clue about the difference between an insurance broker and an insurer.
At AirZim, we need a superior business turnaround strategy and not superior accounting and forensic audits on historical events that have no bearing on the future.
After all Innocent Mavhunga and Grace Pfumbidzayi are in acting capacities and so if the AirZim board feels these are not the best people to lead the airline then they should appoint any one of their choice rather than wasting time witch-hunting and persecuting people about the past.
I rest my case. Surely this will not turn around the airline.