Stuart Comberbach STATE entities and parastatals, which have often gone for years without substantive executive appointments, including chief executive officers and financial directors, will now be required to make substantive appointment within 90 days of a vacancy. The new regime will be become effective once the Public Entities Corporate Governance Bill, currently before Parliament, becomes law, a senior government official said. It will also affect the appointment of parastatal and State enterprise boards. At least 20 State enterprises and parastatals are currently being run by acting chief executive officers. Speaking to The Financial Gazette at the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Zimbabwe (ICAZ)’s public sector audit and governance convention held in the capital last week, permanent secretary…