FROM: MRS. JUSTINA KUTA FAMILY
N0.361 Jan Smuts Avenue Craig Hall.
Johannesburg South Africa
Naturally, this letter will come to you as a surprise since we have not met before, permit me however, I am MRS. JUSTINA KUTA, a widow and the wife of a Late Zimbabwean Farmer MR. SMITH KUTA .
I am contacting you as the need for me to have a foreign partner in your country has become necessary due to my plans to re locate and establish a private company in that region. As the present political instability in my country Zimbabwe, does not encourage financial investment, as the environment is not Conducive for investment and most of all security is not insured, just as reported by international media.
This problem started when the Zimbabwean government under the leadership of President Robert Mugabe announced a degree on May 31st 2000 to seize more than 849 white-owned farms. So far, more than 1,400 white owned farms have been invaded and confiscated, as well as claiming the properties of the farmers.
Therefore, I decided to contact you, for your assistance, so that I can establish a company in your country and relocate there with this money mine father kept for me in a security and trust company in South Africa. Which amounted to US$15 Million, I will upon receiving this money on my behalf, pending my arrival to meet with you in your country so that we can both make further arrangements with regards to establishing the Company.
As a partner you will be entirety to 20% of the total sum, and in whichever company that we both decide to establish, when I arrive your country we shall discuss that facially. I am waiting urgently for your email through this. And also view our political Zimbabwe farmer victim of latest Mugabe land eviction
Kobus Joubert, who is in his 70s, is a former president of the Zimbabwe Tobacco Association, whose members used to earn 40 per cent of the country's export earnings before Mr. Mugabe destroyed commercial agriculture with the seizure of white-owned land. http://www.africancrisis.org/Photo.asp?&State=V1&Subject=HB&Page=0& http://www.africancrisis.org/photos45.asp http://www.zimbabwesituation.com/may4_2002.html
Cheers and God bless.
MRS. MRS.JUSTINA KUTA FAMILY,
N.B KINDLY CALL.