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Attorney General Ordered To Pay Pension Arrears

Attorney General Ordered To Pay Pension Arrears

By Professor Matodzi Harare, May 16, 2012 – Justice Nicholas Mathonsi has 
ordered the country’s Attorney-General, Johannes Tomana, to pay more than $4 
260 to National Social Security Authority (NSSA) as payment for allegedly 
defaulting on remitting workers’ pension contributions.

Court papers seen by Radio VOP, said Tomana, who owns Maryland farm in 
Darwendale, in President Robert Mugabe’s home province of Mashonaland West, 
did not remit workers’ pension contributions from April 2010 to August 
2011.NSSA said such evasion was in contravention of the NSSA Act.

“The defendant (Tomana) refuses, avoids and or neglected to settle the 
amount notwithstanding written demand by plaintiff (NSSA) and dated 7th of 
October 2011,” reads part of NSSA’s declaration against Tomana.

Apart from Tomana, NSSA has also sued Munyaradzi Kereke, the former advisor 
to central bank governor Gideon Gono, former Mashonaland West Governor 
Nelson Samukange who owns Rukoba Farm in Banket, Local Government, Rural and 
Urban Development Minister Ignatius Chombo, Air Zimbabwe, the Zimbabwe 
Broadcasting Corporation and its reporter Reuben Barwe, who runs a farm in 
Norton over unpaid pension contributions.


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