Crime and Courts

Neville Mutsvangwa Faces Court Over Forex, Starlink Woes

Neville Mutsvangwa, son of Zanu PF spokesman Christopher Mutsvangwa and Women’s Affairs minister Monica Mutsvangwa, found himself in the spotlight at the Harare Magistrates Court on charges of illegally dealing in foreign currency alongside accomplices Elias Majachani and Simbarashe Tichingana.

The trio is accused of contravening section 14(1) of the Bank Use Promotion and Suppression of Money Laundering Act, a serious allegation that has stirred public interest and media buzz. Adding a twist to the tale, a police docket revealed that Neville is also charged with the possession and operation of a Starlink device without a license.

The case has sparked a flurry of social media activity, with various outlets and personalities weighing in on the matter. Amidst the legal drama, Monica Mutsvangwa has publicly claimed that the charges against her son are fabricated, further fueling the intrigue surrounding the case.

As the courtroom drama unfolds, the nation watches with bated breath to see how this high-profile case will play out.

🔴It has emerged –in a police docket attached below– that Women’s Affairs minister Monica Mutsvangwa and Zanu PF spokesman Christopher Mutsvangwa’s son, Neville is also being charged of willfully possessing or operating a Starlink device without a license at his Mt Pleasant home.

▶️The 44-year-old, recently accused of selling the internet devices that are prohibited locally, was arrested on Wednesday for illegal forex trading.

▶️His mother has ostensibly claimed this is “political victimisation”.

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