Dr Magombeyi Now In A Wheelchair After Being Electrocuted – Claims SA’s Sunday Times

The Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors’ Association acting President Dr Peter Magombeyi is in a wheelchair according to South Africa’s Sunday Times. The publication claims the Doctor became wheelchair-bound after he was electrocuted by his abductors.


Authorities in Zimbabwe are yet to release a statement about Doctor Magombeyi’s condition. Lats time the nation heard from them he was refusing to talk to them and he was being attended to by both state and private physicians in front of his lawyers and the police.

Access the full article on the Sunday Times here

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7 comments on “Dr Magombeyi Now In A Wheelchair After Being Electrocuted – Claims SA’s Sunday Times

  1. For the sake our children learning English, i believe to ‘electrocute’ is to kill using electricity. Someone who has been electrocuted is someone who has died as a result of electric shock. U can as well just decribe that as electric torture.

    1. Not true. You can survive being electrocuted, depending on the current. And since we’re talking about English, it’s “You could just describe it as electrical torture”.

  2. Baphi abakhonyela iZanu (Home affairs minister, Togarepei & Matematandana)? Nango phela umuntu usehleli kuwheel chair,angithi lithe uqamba amanga ngokuthunjwa.Noma lingazithulela iZanu iyalibhadala kuphela.

  3. Evil mafia group leaders are responsible especially Victor Matemadanda, Energy Mutodi and ED. The state is responsible of abductions. These people killed a lot people. ZANU PF is group of killers.

  4. The truth is the gukurahundi brigade is still alive. zanu pf knew opposition would not end with zapu and they kept them, passing down the toture and desensetisation techniques. Its time all zimbabweans unite against this monster as we are all being affected

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