Frank Buyanga is a South African-based, Zimbabwean millionaire businessman who has has been placed on Interpol’s Red Notice at the request of Zimbabwean police, shown by freshly-leaked documents.

The 41-year-old gold coins trader – who has squared off with President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his family – is blamed of abducting his six-year-old son in March last year before running away from the country.

ZimLive saw a 21-page file of police documents showing frenetic communications between police investigators, their bosses, Interpol and even the foreign ministry as authorities seek his extradition from South Africa.

The document contains a June 2020 letter from Interpol confirming that Buyanga was placed on Interpol’s Red Notice following a written request from Zimbabwean police sent on May 4, 2020. The letter to the officer commanding Law and Order in Harare was signed by Assistant Commissioner S.G. Ndou, the deputy director of Interpol Harare.

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