RBZ reports driver who leaked bond notes invoice to police

5 years ago
Sat, 23 Sep 2017 04:48:11 GMT
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RBZ reports driver who leaked bond notes invoice to police

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has reported the driver who leaked the invoice of bond coins destined for Zimbabwe from South Africa this week. The driver is expected to be charged with violating the Official Secrets Act.

Tinashe Sikwila (32), a Zimbabwean employed as a driver by Prestige Carriers admitted that he took pictures of the invoice which he sent to his relatives on WhatsApp. In his statement of admission Sikwila said:

I admit that I sent to Calista (his workmate based in South Africa) a photo of the invoice copy while we were discussing the trip (to Zimbabwe) on social media (WhatsApp). I received the document of the RBZ consignment invoice at 14:45 hours. I departed at 15:00 hours with two escort vehicles. I sent the invoice around 16:30 hours. We started talking on WhatsApp through audio chats. I then sent the invoice to my friend to show the value of the load. I also spoke to Mtasa, Kondo and Clement Matuvhunye about the load, but I did not send them photos.

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