Eleven defendants in the so-called hidden debt case, including the son of former president Armando Guebuza, have been sentenced to between 10 and 12 years in prison
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President Nyusi has claimed under oath not to have known of the existence of tuna fishing and offshore security company Ematum while defence minister — despite the company making headlines domestically and internationally
Armando Guebuza took responsibility for commissioning the failed $2bn project, but claimed the then defence minister, Filipe Nyusi, was key decision-maker
Privinvest argues that if the 'hidden debts' resulted from bribery, then Nyusi must also share the blame
At least 34 documents of "extreme importance" to the corruption trial for the so-called “hidden debts” have disappeared, jeopardising the prosecution
The Mozambican mastermind of the 'hidden debts' deals told a court yesterday that the true purpose of tuna fishing company Ematum was hidden from the banks which financed it
The sister-in-law of the former head of Mozambique's secret services, and an employee of a currency exchange house, have denied money laundering charges