The Sunday Mail
Mrs Netty Musanhu has resigned from the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC).
In a statement, Thursday, the NPRC said her resignation is a resolution to a four-year-old conflict on interest in terms of the Chapter 12 Independent Commissions Provision Section 236(2) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe.
Mrs Musanhu served the commission for four years under victim support, gender and diversity thematic area and resource mobilisation.
She was also a Commissioner in charge of the Midlands province.
“The National Peace and Reconciliation Commission regrets to announce the resignation of one of its nine commissioners, Mrs Netty Musanhu, who joined the Commission in 2016.
“As a Commissioner, she was in charge of the Victim Support, Gender and Diversity Thematic Area and Resource Mobilization as well as being a Commissioner in charge of Midlands province.
“The National Peace and Reconciliation Commission wishes to inform the public that with immediate effect Mrs Netty Musanhu is no longer a member of the Commission.
“She no longer represent the Commission in any private and public capacity.
“She no longer has the authority to act on behalf of the Commissioners. She no longer has any portfolio in the Commission. The donor community, as some of our key stakeholders, should pay special attention to this announcement.”