Liquidators are suing to recover money from six former SME Bank board members, including secretary to the Cabinet George Simataa, minister of home affairs, immigration, safety and security Frans Kapofi, and Namibia Institute of Public Administration and Management boss Andrew Ndishishi. The Namibian newspaper reports that the others are the Social Security Commission’s chief executive officer, Milka Mungunda, Namibia’s commercial counsellor to the Unite States, Petrina Nakale, and businessman Justus Hausiku. Liquidators said the six former SME Bank board directors were reckless and allowed Zimbabwean national Enock Kamushinda free rein to steal N$247 million from the bank.