By Loice Takarindwa

Temba Mliswa,  a former Member of Parliament for Norton Constituency has been appointed a Village Head under Chief Banga in Shurugwi.

Chiefs and Village Heads falls under the Ministry of Local Government. This implies that, Temba Mliswa will be now earning USD 70. 00 dollars as his monthly salary.

The outspoken politician revealed his appointment via his X (Former Tweeter) official account this Thursday where he expressed great excitement.

Mliswa takes over from his father, the Son of Peter Sixpence Mliswa.

“Ichoo ndicho! Mochikorokotedza muchida musingade. Chibhuru Sabhuku. This is a position passed down in the family lineage for years from my grandfather Peter Sixpence Mliswa to my father and vazukuru vekwaDziva who kept it going.”

The move comes at a time when the outspoken former legislator lost his Norton Seat to Richard Tsvangirayi during the last harmonised elections held in August last year.