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Data-Clerk Adds Fraud To Contravening Section 163D(1) Of Cyber and Data Protection Act

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Data-Clerk Adds Fraud To Contravening Section 163D(1) Of Cyber and Data Protection Act

Kennias Manyevere Rashirai (44), employed by Women’s University in Africa as aKennias Manyevere Rashirai (44avening Section 163D(1) of the Cyber and Data Protection Act, is now facing fraud allegations.

It is the State’s case, that on December 14 2020, Rashirai allegedly tendered fake National Certificate in Computer Studies, National Diploma and a Higher National Diploma in computer studies.

Following his misrepresentation, Rashirai was appointed as a Data capture clerk in the examination section.

He later got arrested, and the detectives submitted copies of his certificates to the Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education, Innovation, Science and Technology Development for verification and the three certificates were said to be not authentic.

Anesu Chirenje represented the State and said his conduct compromised the university’s good administration.
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Rashirai had also recently appeared in court on allegations of leaking exam papers, and now has been hit with more charges.

He appeared before Harare magistrate, Yeukai Dzuda, who granted him ZW$50 000 bail.

The suspect will be back in court on September 6 2022.

Data-Clerk Adds Fraud To Contravening Section 163D(1) Of Cyber and Data Protection Act

Kennias Manyevere Rashirai (44), employed by Women’s University in Africa as a data clerk, initially charged for contravening Section 163D(1) of the Cyber and Data Protection Act, is now facing fraud allegations.

It is the State’s case, that on December 14 2020, Rashirai allegedly tendered fake National Certificate in Computer Studies, National Diploma and a Higher National Diploma in computer studies.

Following his misrepresentation, Rashirai was appointed as a Data capture clerk in the examination section.

He later got arrested, and the detectives submitted copies of his certificates to the Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education, Innovation, Science and Technology Development for verification and the three certificates were said to be not authentic.

Anesu Chirenje represented the State and said his conduct compromised the university’s good administration.
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Rashirai had also recently appeared in court on allegations of leaking exam papers, and now has been hit with more charges.

He appeared before Harare magistrate, Yeukai Dzuda, who granted him ZW$50 000 bail.

The suspect will be back in court on September 6 2022.

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