Mugabe's son-in-law's bachelor party

HARARE - President Robert Mugabe's son-in-law, Simba Chikore, is set to host a special bachelor's party tonight ahead of his wedding on Saturday.

The pilot, who is set to wed Mugabe's daughter Bona, is going to be joined by at least 72 international guests at the bachelor's party.

Last Sunday, the president said everyone in the family was working around the clock in order to ensure a smooth wedding.

Bona, 24, one of the three children of Africa's oldest president, seems to be the apple of Mugabe's eye.

She holds a Master's Degree in Accounting from a Singapore university.

Comments (16)

Who cares?

Gudo - 26 February 2014

even if gudo cares or not what is your effect

ole - 26 February 2014

Bona wadadisa

WANGU - 26 February 2014

Saka inyaya yekuisa munewspaper here iyi? Mashayazvekunyora here guys?

e.m - 26 February 2014

This is not newsworthy!

Johno - 26 February 2014

manje ndirikutomupa motorcade yese munomuudzuurira chete zvanetsa munokwaturiwa

Chidondova - 26 February 2014

dzimwe nyaya sooka! asi chii nhayi?

Hapaz Hapanyengwi - 26 February 2014

Pfutseki Daily news handizivi mashaiwa zvokunyora here hazvinei nekutambura kwedu

MukarangawekuMberengwa - 26 February 2014

Be serious guys. This is not NEWS worthy.

Lloyd - 27 February 2014

hapana asingazvidiwo

mahara - 27 February 2014

kune doro here?

miracle mkwasha - 27 February 2014

Kune ma strippers here

mhofelah - 27 February 2014

thats pathetic taurai nezve dembare kwete wedding yekumba kwevanhu. inotipa mari here

t one - 28 February 2014

Who cares about Bona aka Tracy Guvamombe ,akarohwa mbutu nemakumbo nevakomana kuSingapore party.F**k Bona Matibili!

Dr ZVICHAPERACHETE - 2 March 2014

Akazoita masters rinhi ko sei asiri kuita ma articles oita chartered accountant . Imi woye manje manje anenge ane PHd nehudofo hwake

mai tendi - 3 March 2014

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