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Nduna says R500k fraud hit him like lightning bolt

CHEGUTU West legislator Dexter Nduna said he felt like he had been hit by “lightning bolts coming in three dimensions” after realised he had allegedly been conned out of R535 000 by controversial businessmen, Genius Kadungure and Wicknell Chivayo in a botched deal to supply pumps to Marange Resources. The post Nduna says R500k fraud hit him like lightning bolt appeared first on NewsDay Zimbabwe.

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