NetOne employees loot millions in airtime, splashes on new cars
Four NetOne employees were arrested on Saturday for stealing pin-less credit airtime from their employer, and selling it at a higher discount to dealers.
Primrose Maireti, 32, James Mwanza, 35, Khumbulani Nyapfumbi, 30, and Simbarashe Mandimutsira, 27, are alleged to have been stealing pin-less credit airtime from NetOne from December 3, 2022 to January 19.
National police spokesperson, Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi, said they had impounded a vehicle bought from the loot.
“Police detectives teamed up with NetOne Loss Control and Fraud Management Unit to track the suspects leading to the arrest of James Mwanza.
“Checks made confirmed that James received $50 000 000 worth of pin-less airtime from the deal. He implicated Primrose Maireti and others.
The Zimbabwe Republic Police has established that a total of $565 999 964 worth of airtime was stolen from December 3, 2022 to January 19, 2023.
“NetOne employees were sharing the loot with airtime dealers,” said Ass Comm Nyathi.
Police have since recovered a Honda Fit vehicle from Nyapfumbi which was bought using proceeds from the loot.
Investigations have also revealed that he bought a residential stand for US$11 000 and another Honda Fit vehicle for US$3 971 which is still on the way from Japan.
“The Zimbabwe Republic Police will ensure that company employees and their accomplices face the full wrath of the law for fraudulent activities,” he said.
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