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Thieves broke into fired Deputy Minister Energy Mutodi’s Borrowdale mansion

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Thieves broke into fired Deputy Minister Energy Mutodi’s Borrowdale mansion. Thieves broke into former Deputy Minister of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Energy Mutodi’s Borrowdale home and went away with 30 pairs of designer suits worth US$11 000, among other valuables.

The thieves, brothers Denver and Cosmos Zvomuya, Fidelis Martin Mandaza and Pardon Magombo were arrested and have since appeared in court charged with theft.

The Zvomuya brothers and Mandaza admitted to the charges when they appeared before Harare magistrate Sheunesu Matowa. SACKED deputy Minister of Information, Publicty and Broadcasting Services Energy Mutodi lost valuables including 30 pairs of designer suits worth US$11 000 to thieves who broke into his Borrowdale residence in Harare.

The thieves, brothers Denver and Cosmos Zvomuya, Fidelis Martin Mandaza and Pardon Magombo were arrested and have since appeared in court charged with theft.

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Zvomuya brothers and Mandaza admitted to the charges when they appeared before Harare magistrate Sheunesu Matowa. Magombo denied the charges saying he was only hired to ferry the stolen property. He told the court that he was not in the know that the items had been stolen.

Source – The Herald

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