Zanu PF spokesperson Chris Mutsvagwa’s son Neville denied bail


In a dramatic courtroom scene today, Neville Mutsvangwa, son of ZANU PF spokesperson Christopher Mutsvangwa, and his two alleged accomplices, have been denied bail by Harare magistrate Mr Dennis Mangosi for charges related to illegal foreign currency dealings.

Adding to the gravity of the situation, Mutsvangwa himself faces an additional charge of possessing a Starlink internet router without the requisite license.

The accused, namely Neville Mutsvangwa, Simbarashe Tichingana, and Elias Majachani, are being charged with contravening the Exchange Control Act.

The accused individuals will now have to await their next court appearance on May 30 for routine remand.

The charges levelled against the Mutsvangwa and his associates underscore the government’s commitment to tackling illicit financial activities and maintaining the integrity of the country’s financial systems. The outcome of this case could have wider implications for efforts to combat corruption and uphold the rule of law in Zimbabwe.

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