Businesswoman in court for duping fuel trader of US$45 000
A local businesswoman and chairperson of Venergia Hydro which trades as DFI Group Zimbabwe, appeared at the Harare Magistrates Court after she allegedly duped a garage owner of US$45 000.
The complainant is Tarisai Muzota, the director for TB Fuels based in Guruve.
Allegations are that in November last year, the accused was introduced to the complainant by Tafadzwa Mhlanga, a truck driver as a supplier of fuel.
The complainant engaged the accused to procure 50 000 litres of diesel from Beira, Mozambique, and move it to Zimbabwe and was charged US$45 000, with delivery expected in 48 hours.
She has since failed to deliver the fuel, leading to Muzota making a police report.
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