A depot manager with Puma energy in Harare is on the run after he allegedly broke into a company safe and vanished with over 38 000 United States dollars. Harare provincial police spokesperson Inspector Tendai Mwanza confirmed the case to ZTN.
“I can confirm receiving a report of theft in which a suspect known as Dingani Zhou was employed by Puma service station is believed to have vanished with more than 38 thousand USD”, said Inspector Mwanza. According to sources, Zhou also went away with a yet to be quantified amount of money he had collected from other fuel dealers.
“There are a lot of people who lost their money to Dingani. He even gave other dealers his personal account where money was deposited on the pretext that he would deliver fuel to those dealers but he vanished.
The crime only came to light on Thursday last week when the suspect did not report for duty, prompting the company to make a police report.
Zhou was running the Puma Kuwadzana depot as the manager and would also get money from other registered dealers for fuel deliveries. Inspector Mwanza requested members of the public to assist police with information that could lead to the arrest of the suspect.
Young Stunna on his father and son-like’ relationship with Kabza
Sandile “Young Stunna” Msimango says he’s grateful to have producer and DJ Kabza De Small help him navigate his musical career and stardom, seeing him as a father figure in the industry.
The amapiano star, who launched his debut album Notumato last week, paid homage to Kabza In his hit song Adiwele. In it he reflected on the great impact he has had in his life since they met in April this year.
“I am thanking Kabza De Small [in that song].t’s been a short period of time [knowing him], but he taught me a lot. A lot would have gone wrong if I didn’t listen to him,” Young Stunna said.
Young Stunna, who is signed to Kabza’s Piano Hub record label, said he appreciates being able to spend time with the amapiano star.
“I spend a lot of time with Kabza De Small. I call him Papa, I call him my father. He treats us [the team working under the label] like we’re his children and makes us feel at home. We’re here to make music and learn about life. We’ve got that father and son relationship going on because he teaches us a lot.
“He shows us everything. He makes us understand how everything is going to go and how you’re going to feel and when you go through it, you appreciate every moment remembering he told you about it. So it’s a blessing to be able to be shown the right way,” he said.
Having been endorsed by many renowned artists on social platforms and being affiliated with legends has been “a blessing”, he said, giving him the perfect foundation to skyrocket his promising career.