Corporate Governance

The Board

This is appointed by the Minister of Health and Child Care. The Board plays a central supporting and supervisory role in NatPharm corporate governance structure, provides leadership and guidance to activities of NatPharm, and oversees the execution of NatPharm business strategies. The Board leads and supervises NatPharm Management to act in the interest of the public as well as its shareholders, which is the government.  NatPharm Board has the following key functions:

  • Determine NatPharm's objectives, missions, strategies, policies and business plans and monitor their implementation
  • Set appropriate policies to manage risks in pursuit of the NatPharm's Strategic Objectives
  • Ensure the integrity of NatPharm's accounting and financial reporting system and compliance with the relevant laws and standards
  • Ensure that appropriate internal control systems are in place, including systems for risk management, as well as financial and operational control
  • Monitor and control the NatPharm's operations and financial performance through the determination of the annual budget in particular the capital expenditure budget and annual operating plan
  • Ensure timely and accurate disclosure to and communications with stakeholders
  • Oversee the effectiveness of the compensation structure and to align interests of the employees with that of NatPharm
  • Ensure the adequacy of resources, and staff qualifications and experience of the Group’s accounting and financial reporting function

NatPharm board is still to be appointed

Management

NatPharm Management consists of the following:

  • Managing Director
  • Operations Manager
  • Finance Manager and Company Secretary
  • ICT Manager
  • HR Manager
  • Procurement Manager
  • Internal Audit Manager
  • 6 Branch Managers
  • 2 Stores Pharmacists
  • 1 SBU Manager

The team manages day to day operations of NatPharm. The team makes sure that the required commodities are procured on time and at the right cost and at the right place. Commodities procured must be usable and meet the WHO and MCAZ standards. The commodities must be stored at the right conditions and secured properly. The management employ competent staff to assist in the delivery of commodities and makes sure that the organizations adopts sound systems with relevant technology. Deliveries to the health institutions is done as planned and also under emergencies. Continuous systems improvement and value addition is the order of the day through the internal audit functions. As NatPharm Management, availability of the commodities is what makes them burn the candles all night.

Mr Raguel Mtombeni

Procurement Manager

Mr Raguel Mtombeni

    Mrs Rutendo Tembo

    Financial Acountant

    Mrs Rutendo Tembo

      Mrs Florah Nancy Sifeku

      Managing Director

      Mrs Florah Nancy Sifeku

         Mr Walter Nhau

        Human Resources Manager

        Mr Walter Nhau

          Mr. Zealous Nyabadza

          ICT Manager

          Mr. Zealous Nyabadza

          Technically sophisticated and business-savvy management professional with a pioneering career reflecting strong managerial and leadership qualifications coupled with “hands-on” IS, Networking, Database and ERP expertise. Maintain focus on achieving bottom line results while formulating and implementing advanced technology and business solutions to meet diversity of needs. Superior record of delivering simultaneous large-scale, mission critical projects on time and within budget. Time-based management style and excellent interpersonal/ communication skills.

             Mr Roland Mlalazi

            Finance and Administration Manager

            Mr Roland Mlalazi

              Mr. Brain Mutseyami

              Internal Audit Manager

              Mr. Brain Mutseyami

                Mr Charles Mwaramba

                Operations Manager

                Mr Charles Mwaramba

                   
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