Armando Guebuza took responsibility for commissioning the failed $2bn project, but claimed the then defence minister, Filipe Nyusi, was key decision-maker
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Ângela Leão denied receiving money from Privinvest — but couldn't explain why she'd enquired about a payment from Privinvest made to her alleged intermediary
President Guebuza's former advisor claimed a $1.7m gift from Privinvest was unrelated to that company's successful bid for a $2bn offshore security project
President Guebuza's private secretary insisted there was no link between her arranging meetings with shipbuilding group Privinvest, and her receiving €750,000 from Privinvest via an intermediary
Sergio Namburete confirmed he kept €127,500 of a total €877,500 sent by Privinvest to Inês Moiane, personal secretary of Mozambique's then-president Armando Guebuza
A defendant in the corruption trial over the so-called “hidden debts” scandal has said that…...
Mocambique will summon Jean Boustani, an executive at shipbuilding firm Privinvest, to testify in the…...
The 'fixer' who helped Privinvest do business in Mozambique claimed a $50m payment was to set up a ship repair company, ultimately superseded by the $535m MAM
A former secret service agent told a court in Maputo yesterday that the then defence minister, Filipe Nyusi, led the group that set up Proindicus
It is unclear why Nyusi would want a personal campaign contribution paid via a scrap metal merchant — or why Privinvest was happy to make political donations via a UAE-registered company instead of directly to Frelimo’s bank account