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    Makwasha head’s $11 000 fraud case postponed


    – The case of Makwasha Primary School headmaster Tapiwa Majange (54) who is facing three counts of fraud involving $11 418 has been postponed to August 25 next week by the presiding magistrate Shepered Munjanja because ...

    It is a State's case that during the period between January 1, 2014 and September 7, 2015 Majange allegedly made a misrepresentation that $500 had been withdrawn from the school account for audit expenses when no audit had been done at the school during the period in question.
    In another count Majange is also alleged to have withdrawn $4 095 from the school's FBC bank account which was not accounted for.
    Majange is also alleged to have made an under-banking during the same period but on a date not known to the prosecutor. On this particular day Majange made an under banking of cash amounting to $6 823 in the school's FBC bank account.
    The court also heard that the receipt books that were kept in the school safe went missing. In his defense Majange said he reported the matter to the Police but there was no action taken.
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