The late Don Muvuti has been declared a national hero and will be buried at the National Heroes Acre on Wednesday.
Muvuti died at West End Hospital in Harare on Wednesday night where he had been admitted for some time. He was 84. Muvuti was a liberation war fighter, a former Zimbabwe Newspapers Group board member and Zanu-PF National Consultative Assembly (NCA) member. Muvuti is survived by his wife, Deliwe, seven children and eight grandchildren. Mourners are gathered at number 14 Schmitt Avenue, St Martin’s in Harare.
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