Illegal forex trading

  • Courts and Law

    Money changer bites cop on the chest while resisting arrest

    BULAWAYO. — A Tshabalala money changer, commonly known as ‘Siphathelelni’, who allegedly went berserk and bit police officers as she resisted arrest in the city centre, was yesterday granted $2000 bail pending trial. Tendeukai Tsomondo (47) of Tshabalala suburb appeared before Bulawayo magistrate Mr Stephen Ndhlovu facing two counts of assault. Tsomondo was allegedly spotted by police officers involved in…

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  • Courts and Law

    Harare man loses US$48,000 cash to bogus cops

    A HARARE man who was looking for a transfer deal to swop his US dollars in cash for US dollars in his Nostro account lost US$48,000 to suspected bogus police officers this week Wednesday. This came to light when Nokhuthula Sadomba (27) and Patson Mudube (37) yesterday appeared before Harare magistrate Judith Taruvinga facing robbery charges. The two were remanded…

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  • Courts and Law

    Charamba family members arrested in $5 billion forex deals

    SIX members of a prominent business family in Mutare – the Charambas – have been arraigned before a Harare magistrate on money-laundering charges involving $5 billion, which was orchestrated through their supermarket business to mop up foreign currency from the parallel market. The court yesterday heard that the six accused persons allegedly conducted foreign currency dealings thorough Family First Choice…

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