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Shrewd Company Boss Creates Ghost Workers; Fleeces $500,000

Human resources manager, Nobert Mudzinge, 46, of Safeguard Security has been arrested for fraud after he allegedly created ghost workers and deposited money into their accounts before converting it to personal use.

Mudzinge who was charged together with Victor Kamhapa, 43, and Stanford Hunzvi aged 39 by a Harare magistrate, Edwin Marecha over the weekend was released from custody on $500 bail pending trial.

According to the state, Mudzinge who was employed as wages clerk and his accomplices allegedly went on to open bank accounts with ZB, MBCA and CBZ banks.

It is reported that they committed the offense from 2011 until recently when the owner of the company decided to make thorough checks on his financial system.

As a result of the accused’s actions the company lost $500,000 and nothing was recovered.

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