Forensic report rubbishes money laundering claims against Ian Khama

23 August 2020 - 00:00 By FRANNY RABKIN

In 2009, the director-general of Botswana's intelligence service, Isaac Kgosi, e-mailed German businessman Claus Colling to expect a transfer of $100m. Both used @protonmail addresses, according to court evidence from an investigator at Botswana's anti-corruption agency, Jako Hubona.

Hubona said the money originated from accounts opened at Botswana's reserve bank, the Bank of Botswana, by then president Ian Khama. Extracts from the e-mails are attached to Hubona's affidavit, filed in the Botswana high court...

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