The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) is investigating a new case allegedly linking Higher Education Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo and other Government officials to “suspicious” transactions involving over US$6,4 million
According to investigators, the transactions include payments made from the Zimbabwe Manpower Development Fund between 2014 and 2016. Some of the transactions occurred before Prof Moyo was Minister of Higher Education. It is understood a payment of US$100 000 was allegedly paid to a non-existent Manicaland State University.
Investigators also believe Prof Moyo’s deputy, Dr Godfrey Gandawa, moved US$16 000 from his company and personal bank accounts to a Harare firm (name supplied). After a few days, the company sent the money to Zimdef via Real Time Gross Settlement, claiming it was a loan repayment by Prof Moyo. A banker (name supplied), who facilitated that transaction, is also under investigation.
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