Zimbabwe's Sandra Chingasiyeni Nduna based in Hollywood says she will use her networks to source funds to help renovate and stock three schools in Mashonaland West under her organisation - Zimbabwean Child Inc. She was recently in Zimbabwe where she toured 11 schools of which she will assist three.
"All that money that is out there actually a net foreign asset for us, so the 288 people bring it home. I would say we have about $10 billion from what you were indicating per annum. I think let’s have a neat way of bringing it back home or leveraging of it."
British Prime Minister David Cameron has admitted that he had profited from a so-called "shell" company set up by his late father. This follows revelations about the scale of offshore wealth exposed by a leak from a Panama-based law firm earlier this week. Henry Ridgwell reports.
VOA Zimbabwe's Ray Choto is among 370-journalists involved in the elaborate investigation of offshore dealings captured in the Panama Papers. In an interview with Vincent Makori of VOA's Africa 54 TV program, Choto elaborates on allegations against Zimplats.