'Taxpayers fund Mugabe sons' profligacy'

HARARE - Tendai Biti’s opposition PDP party is complaining that President Robert Mugabe’s sons’ debauchery and wild partying are being funded with taxpayer dollars.

This comes after the two boys — Robert Junior and Chatunga Bellarmine — have been evicted from a luxury apartment at The Regent apartment hotel, in Morningside, Sandton that they were renting because of their “unacceptable behaviour”, according to press reports.

Apartments at the building are rented out for up to R74 000 per month.

“Having such a life on taxpayer’s money is criminal,” PDP said in a statement.

“Our concern is that Mugabe cannot govern, if you cannot control your family, forget controlling the State and the citizens. Mugabe must just resign; having him around is a risk to the country degenerating into chaos.”

Comments (5)

Are Mugabe's sons also part of the diaspora community? Why are they moving from country to country, from Dubai to South Africa? Are they running away from the results of daddy's misrule in Zimbabwe? What a shame.

Edgar Muzawazi - 17 July 2017

This is what people fought and died for. Pamberi ne Zanu-PF !

Masamba Akareyo - Tanganda - 17 July 2017

ndozvaiita vana vaGadaffi futi. ndokumagumo

Sekuru Gudo - 17 July 2017

Its because we Zimbabweans allow this. Mugabe can do whatever he wants whenever he wants because we allow him to.

Inyika - 17 July 2017

It's not the best .we the mob have let ourselves down.... buy not speaking with one voice. It's not about Tsvangurai ... he has done his part but we need to play our part too and not be spectators.nothing will change and the mugabe boys will continue to enjoy while we suffer

joe - 18 July 2017

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