…as $18m HCZ Caledonia housing project becomes hot AS FORMER National Social Security Authority (NSSA) chairman Robin Vela faces prosecution for allegedly fleecing the pensions body of $18 million, the businessman says he never approved any deals involving suppliers and partners as “this was done by executives”. This comes as the Robvel Equipment founder and other parties such as tobacco merchant Adam Molai remain under pressure over the financing and execution of a number of projects, including Housing Corporation of Zimbabwe (HCZ)’s Caledonia development. “Delivery on housing was a national strategic objective to which NSSA sought to contribute, primarily through the National Building Society (NBS). The slow progress in delivery of housing due to procurement challenges on own land banks…