Ndunge to be  buried today

POPULAR Chipinge traditional healer Charles Makwiyana Ndunge who died on Monday after a long battle with diabetes will be buried today at his home in Makwiyana Village in Southdowns.
He was aged 90.

Ndunge who has been practicing his trade – often considered a dark art because of its association with witchcraft had been the dominant force in traditional medicine since he embarked on the trade in 1948.

His clientele was famed to even include celebrities, popular politicians and business people with some travelling from as far afield as Europe, the Americas and Asia to seek his help.

He was credited with expertise to grow bank balances, treat terminal illnesses, curse enemies and change one’s fortunes in love and at work — attracting hundreds to his Makwiyana Village home daily.

At the time of his death, Ndunge owned over 30 vehicles including some of the most cherished models like Chevrolets, Bentleys, Mercs and BMWs.
Ndunge left behind a wife, 12 children and over 30 grandchildren. — Bernard Chiketo

    Comments (9)

    Rip ndunge but you should have used yr skill to get rid of ngwena and rofu those two dectators killing our beloved country

    banolila - 4 April 2019

    may his soul rest in eternal peace !

    Pardon Mvigwa - 9 April 2019

    keeps on going guys ...telling it like it is

    RIDGEWELL BITTON - 9 April 2019

    Rest in peace Ndunge ….its everyone's way one day its our duty to fulfill ..Go well …..PAPA ……..

    RIDGEWELL BITTON - 9 April 2019

    Ndunge has been practising his trade- often considered a dark art ( it is a dark and deadly art) because of its association with witchcraft. IT IS WITCHCRAFT - period-ie when you depend on your own powers and dabbling in the dark world to mesmerise and bewitch, and deceive unsuspecting ppl all in the name of helping. Putting more curses on them than actually taking them away. Nothing good comes from the enemy of the soul, Satan himself using all these media. Shame on you reporter to say ndunge was popular. The devil is not your friend.

    #@HUROYI - 10 April 2019

    zororai pakubata kwenyu mabasa enyu achakuteverai. Judgement day is for all of us

    SHEM MUTS - 11 April 2019

    Let us NOT JUDGE. He is late, his children are mourning a father, wife mourning a husband and here we are labelling the man as a witch and all sorts of things. Even the Bible bids those who are righteous to cast the first stone. For all we know, he could be in the proverbial heaven because he met the requirements yet some of you on your keyboards busy typing judgement, which will condemn you to the pits of hell.

    Rutendo Chabururuka - 11 April 2019

    R I P Ndunge

    Netsai Mugijima - 13 April 2019

    KO haana kutaura here kuti ari kukumbira kuti munhu wese adzose zvinhu zvake, saka woti hapana uroyi ipapo. Uti kwanire. For all we know, he could be in the proverbial heaven because he met the requirements....Please kindly help me with this because I am not sure what requirements you need to make to make it to the "proverbial heaven" I need to know if you don't mind otherwise you could be misleading and the blood of the pple you are misleading will be upon you on judgement day. Whilst we don't know what ppl say on their death beds we are just going by the way he lived to the last day as far as it is chronicled here.

    RUTENDOCHABURURUKA - 16 April 2019

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