Jonathan Moyo Questions Why Chiwenga Was Airlifted To South Africa Instead Of China

Former Higher and Tertiary Education Minister Jonathan Moyo questioned why Vice President Constantino Chiwenga was airlifted to South Africa and not China following a medical emergency.

Chiwenga was airlifted to a South African hospital on Saturday in what government sources described as a “medical emergency.” The former army general, who executed a coup that ousted former President Robert Mugabe in November 2017, is being treated at Groote Schuur Hospital in Cape Town. Moyo questions if Chiwenga’s preference to be treated in South Africa instead of China are a result of a fallout with the Chinese. Writing on Twitter, Moyo said:

In the past General Chiwenga used to be airlifted to China on medical emergency for treatment. That has changed since the November 2017 military coup. The emergency medical airlifts are now to South Africa; previously Joburg & now reportedly Cape Town. Is there a Chinese fallout?


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5 comments on “Jonathan Moyo Questions Why Chiwenga Was Airlifted To South Africa Instead Of China

  1. Johnathan Moyo, Mr social media , SpongeBob Square Pants, kusanyara kwako. You did a big damage to Zimbabwe. Nakirwa ne tea 🍵 ine mukaka wembongoro ikoko. ku Kenya. 🐎

  2. Jonathan Moyo is trying to use social media to gain sympathy from Zimbabweans but is the one who introduced AIPPA and POSA and was one of G40 kingpin who was very corrupt.

  3. On a principle of Equality of Zimbabweans both ruled and the rulers, the Moyo’s questions should have been best stated ” Why leave emergency cases in Harare General Hospital; Mpilo; Gweru, Mutare; Masvingo General Hospitals….. just get them all also on these Chartered Planes on a principle of equality, for they also need emergency medical attention like all of us the living human beings.

    1. I agree Godfrey. The charter to Davos cost so much. Money that could have helped several smaller hospitals or clinics. One law for them, one law for us and no law or justice for those who speak out. ALUTA CONTINUA.

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