THE Mazabuka Magistrates’ Court has convicted and sentenced a Mauritian national to 36 months imprisonment with hard labour for forgery, uttering false documents and possession of property suspected to be proceeds of crime. The court further ordered that the US$27, 473 and K160, 700 seized in the course of investigations be forfeited to the State. According to a statement issued by Drug Enforcement Commission Public Relations Officer Hussein Khan, Saturday, Magistrate Stanford Ngobola convicted Dhunputh on 16 counts of forgery and uttering false documents and 2 counts of possession of property suspected of being proceeds of crime. “The Mazabuka Subordinate Court has convicted a Mauritian national Dhiraj Dhunputh for forgery and uttering false documents and possession of property suspected of…...

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