Zim minister hands self over to anti-graft agency - reports

2016-11-02 20:11
Jonathan Moyo (file)

Jonathan Moyo (file)

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Harare – A Zimbabwean minister accused of corruption has reportedly handed himself to the country's anti-graft unit, the Zimbabwe anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc).

According to the state-owned Herald newspaper, Higher Education Minister Jonathan Moyo handed himself to Zacc in the presence of his lawyers on Wednesday.

Reports indicated that Moyo and his deputy Godfrey Gandawa allegedly embezzled a combined amount of $400 000 from the taxpayer funded Zimbabwe Manpower Development Fund (Zimdef). 

A NewsDay report said that Moyo handed himself over to the anti-graft agency, ending weeks of mudslinging between him and country's opposition. 

More to follow... 

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