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    Rushwaya co-accused pays $2 million to get passport back

    PAKISTAN businessman, Ali Mohammed, jointly accused with Henrietta Rushwaya and three others on attempting to smuggle 6kg gold out of Zimbabwe, has successfully got a temporary release of his passport to allow him to attend an investors meeting in South Africa after he topped his original $100,000 bail by $2 million cash and a house in Hatfield. Mohammed, who is…

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