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Employee Gambles Away Stolen US$72 000

when Yue was asked to produce the money, he indicated that he had spent it at a casino. 

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Employee Gambles Away Stolen US$72 000


A 44-year-old man from Nkulumane, tragically took his life on Saturday while his two children were enjoying themselves at the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF).

The deceased has been identified as Tanatseka Tsiga.

Bulawayo Police Spokesperson Inspector Abednico Ncube confirmed the incident.

On the 26th of April 2024 at around 9 am, Tsiga’s children a male juvenile aged 15 and a female juvenile aged 13 years left home going to ZITF grounds leaving him alone at home. Tsiga’s daughter arrived home at around 5 pm and proceeded to her father’s bedroom to check on him. She found him hanging on the roof trusses, with his neck tied with an electric cord,” he said.

Three suicidal notes addressed to his relatives were recovered, highlighting the challenges he was facing since the passing on of his wife who passed away some years back which caused him to take away his life. The body was conveyed to United Bulawayo Hospital mortuary for post-mortem.”

Inspector Ncube urged members of the public to seek counselling whenever they encounter challenges rather than resort to taking their lives – CITE

Employee Gambles Away Stolen US$72 000

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A 33-year-old Chinese man has appeared in court on allegations of stealing US$72 000 from his employer, which he later lost to gambling.

Yu Yue was facing theft charges when he appeared before Harare magistrate, Mrs Apollonia Marutya, who remanded him in custody to tomorrow.

The complainant is Osaka Private Limited.

It is the State’s case that on unknown dates in the month of June 2023 upto April 2024, Yue was acting as a sales person and was entrusted with selling tyres to various people.

However, Yue was not handing over cash to the company and an audit was conducted in April 2024.

After the audit, it was established that US$72 000 was missing.

The court heard that when Yue was asked to produce the money, he indicated that he had spent it at a casino.


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