Chiwenga Collapses In His Office Airlifted To South Africa Not Coronavirus Hit China

Chiwenga Dismisses Out Of Court Settlement As Gossip

Chiwenga Collapses In His Office Airlifted To South Africa Not Coronavirus Hit China

Vice President Constantino Chiwenga collapsed in his office last week Wednesday and was flown to South Africa instead of his usual destination of China because of the coronavirus according to a report by Nehanda Radio.

Chiwenga Dismisses Out Of Court Settlement As Gossip

According to Nehanda Radio, sources have confirmed that the former army general was treated and discharged.

He was then spotted in Pretoria over the weekend in the company of his nieces Memory Chakuinga and her twin sister Evelyn.

We also understand the VP visited two properties that were allegedly bought by his estranged wife Marry Mubaiwa using what Chiwenga claimed was externalized and laundered money.

Chiwenga is locked in a bitter divorce with Marry and last year got her arrested on charges of attempted murder, fraud and money laundering. The case is before the courts.

Chiwenga claimed his wife tried to kill him while he was on a hospital bed in South Africa before he was airlifted to China. He then spent four months receiving ‘life-saving’ medical treatment in China.

A fresh-faced Chiwenga then flew back by private jet to Zimbabwe in November 2019 and was met at the airport by the Chinese Deputy Ambassador to Zimbabwe and Chiwenga’s relatives.

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