Caught red-handed: More trouble for Minister Mutsvangwa’s son Neville

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Minister Monica Mutsvangwa’s son, Neville Sunungurai Mutsvangwa (44), found himself facing yet another legal entanglement as he was brought before the Harare Magistrates’ Court on charges of violating the Postal and Telecommunication Act. The accusatory finger pointed towards him claimed that he was in possession of star link equipment on the fateful day of May 9th, 2024.

According to the National Prosecuting Authority of Zimbabwe, the authorities were tipped off about Mutsvangwa’s alleged possession of star link equipment, prompting swift action from the police. Acting on the information received, law enforcement officers made their way to the accused’s residence nestled in the serene neighbourhood of Mount Pleasant. It was there that they reportedly uncovered a star link router, a find that fuelled suspicions against Mutsvangwa.

In the face of the allegations, Mutsvangwa failed to produce a license that would have granted him the legal authority to employ the star link router. This omission further compounded the case against him, leaving authorities with a growing pile of evidence to support their claims.

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The consequences of his alleged transgressions became apparent as Mutsvangwa found himself remanded in custody. His bail hearing was adjourned to Monday, May 13th, 2024, where further deliberations on the matter will take place.

The incident has sparked interest and raised eyebrows within the local community, as the utilization of star link equipment has been a topic of both enthusiasm and controversy. Star link, a satellite internet constellation being constructed by SpaceX, has garnered attention for its potential to bridge the digital divide and bring internet connectivity to remote areas. However Star link has yet to be licensed to operate in Zimbabwe.

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As the legal saga unfolds, many will be closely watching the outcome of Mutsvangwa’s case.


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