Grace Mugabe Approaches Govt For Help

Grace Mugabe, the former first lady and widow of the late founding leader of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, is reported to have approached the government seeking assistance in removing illegal miners from Gushungo Farm and Dairy.

It is reported that the illegal miners, known as Makorokoza, invaded the empire belonging to the Mugabe family when the owners were in Singapore where the late veteran leader was receiving medical attention.

President Emmerson Mnangagwa is said to have since directed Director General (DG) in the Office of the President and Cabinet, Ambassador Isaac Moyo, to look into the case to get a first-hand appreciation of the situation.

Speaking to The Sunday Mail, some unnamed highly placed sources said that the illegal miners kept coming back causing great damage to properties. The sources said:

The former First Lady raised concern on the menace of the Makorokoza and has since convened with senior Government officials.

The officials were able to immediately assist her to remove some of these people and authorities will continue to assist her.

The problem with the Makorokozas is that they have a tendency to keep coming back and we are working towards ensuring that we constantly remove them.

Gushungo Dairies, which was founded by Grace Mugabe together with the late former ZANU PF boss, is one of the largest milk processing ventures in the country and also employs hundreds of people.

More: The Sunday Mail

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9 comments on “Grace Mugabe Approaches Govt For Help

    1. Mr President please lets not help Grace cling to ill gotten wealth looted from us during her husband’s reign. Yes Mugabe contributed a lot to Zimbabwe but he became a despot and tyrant much to the detriment of the country thus wiping out entirely his otherwise positive contributions.
      Let them bury him at Kutama than waste resources he helped loot through nepotism.
      Who in his government was not related to him.? His sisters children had some influential positions either in gvt or parastatals. His in laws and all. Grace does not deserve Gushungo dairies.
      Malema must not come here to bless a monarchy let alone lecture us on how honour who. He should go back to Sa and help sort out the state capture left behind by Zuma and the Guptas. Hope Makema will help bury Zuma on top of their national shrine one day. We celebrated Mugabe removal and we continue to celebrate. Had he not overstayed in power he could not have been removed they way he was removed.
      Bury Mugabe at Kutama we dont give a damn or dime. His forced removal shows his comrades where fed up of trying to persuade him to reliquish power behind the scenes in vain hence the coup. It shouldnt have been a soft coup for that matter luck him it was.
      Mr President no pampering the Mugabes . No sentimentality comrades. No Ghandiism in form of the Mugabes.

  1. The govt should remove her from that gold mine . Who is she fooling ,that dairy farm is sitting on any gold panners rich list………..a dairy farm can succed anywhere in ZIM even in ZVIMBA kumusha kwemurume wake

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