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PROMINENT Bulawayo businessman Dinesh Naran, who was convicted over a fraud case involving ₣64 994 has been further remanded in custody to December 6. ...
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Naran locked up for fraud
PROMINENT Bulawayo businessman Dinesh Naran was yesterday further remanded in custody to tomorrow for mitigation and sentence following his conviction last Friday over a fraud case involving €64 994. ...
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Official charged with fraud
A ward co-ordinator under the Youth Development, Indigenisation and Empowerment ministry in Gokwe, appeared in court last Thursday charged with fraud after he allegedly sold a residential stand belonging to a council employee to an unsuspecting home seeker. ...
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JOHANNESBURG — Nigeria, Kenya, Zimbabwe and South Africa make up 74% of all fraud cases reported in Africa, according to a report released by KPMG. ...
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A ZIMBABWEAN masquerading as a traditional healer in Botswana has been sentenced to 12 years in jail for conning two women of P740 and stripping them naked after claiming he could cure them of their ailments. ...
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‘Fraudster’ on the run
HARARE regional magistrate Clever Tsikwa last week issued a warrant of arrest for South African businessman Jeremy Sanford after he skipped court over charges of allegedly defrauding Trauma Centre Hospital of cash and property worth $5 million. ...
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TWO Zimbabwean men who allegedly duped a Botswana teacher of his P27 600 by claiming they could provide him with herbs to enlarge his manhood to improve his performance in bed, appeared in a Botswana court last Friday charged with fraud. ...
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A FORMER manager with International General Insurance (IGI), who defrauded his employer and the Bulawayo City Council (BCC) of over $66 000 monthly subscriptions paid by the council for life assurance cover, was yesterday sentenced to five years in jail. ...
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PROCUREMENT is an activity most vulnerable to corruption and fraud. This results in most of such activities lacking transparency and accountability threatening the integrity of procurement processes in both the public and private sector. ...
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News Southern Africa
The Namibian Police Force last week arrested four suspects who allegedly had discarded Zimbabwean dollars, which they used to defraud people. ...
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A former police officer accused of defrauding motorists of $95, had his case withdrawn before plea on Thursday due to lack of evidence. ...
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Court to decide on Mliswa
Harare magistrate Donald Ndirowei will this Friday decide whether or not to grant bail to embattled businessman Temba Mliswa, who has been in custody since June 20. Mliswa ...
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