Mnangagwa charters plane for Grace Mugabe

HARARE - As the frosty relations between President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his sulking predecessor Robert Mugabe get better, the government splashed hundreds of thousands of dollars last week hiring a charter plane for former first lady Grace — to allow her to fly from Singapore to Harare for her mother’s burial, the Daily News can report.

Comments (5)

Why? Surely she can afford her own ticket?

Gogo - 5 September 2018

Ndokutambisa mari ka uku!!

Munopenga - 5 September 2018

Any wonder why the zanu pf government is always broke.How can a full grown man charter a plane for a former first lady who is by any Zimbabwean standards filthy rich?Or is there something that is happening between these two?,on account Bob no longer has stamina to satisify his young and over ambitious wife?Only time will tell.Ngwena does not give a damn about the suffering of the ordinary person through his ill decisions as long as they satisify him.

janana wa Bikaz - 5 September 2018


john member - 5 September 2018

Why getting surprised by such an act. Zanupf imported vehicles worth of millions for campaigning whilst the hospitals have no drugs and ambulances. This is clearly a sign that zanupf is clueless when looking at crucial issues which affect the ordinary people of this country. Look at the IZUZU trucks bought for chiefs surely you wounder what these guys are up to. who is going to service the vehicles and at whose expense. People of ZImbabwe when will the government consider serious things first. Majority of school kids are dropping from school due to un availabilty school fees but these guys are spending recklessly like that and remember these funds are taken from the taxes we are paying.

Amalinze - 6 September 2018

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