Grace Mugabe's Cars Involved In Freak Accident

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Sat, 20 Jan 2018 11:07:56 GMT
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Grace Mugabe's Cars Involved In Freak Accident

Botswana’s Mmegi Online reports that three super cars believed to be belonging to Zimbabwe’s former first lady Grace Mugabe had a freak accident near Artesia on the A1 road around 10pm. The publication reports that all the cars which were in Grace’s son Russell Goreraza’s stewardship, are badly damaged but the drivers escaped unscathed.

This follows reports that Russell was yesterday detained for hours at Plumtree Border Post before driving into Botswana on transit to South Africa with three luxury vehicles. The vehicles include a Range Rover, with personalised plates, a Porsche with South African registration numbers and reportedly belong to Grace while the Rolls Royce, also with personalised plates belongs to Goreraza.

Sources who spoke to a Zimbabwean publication said customs officials where under the suspicion that Goreraza, who was in the company of a Tinashe Munatsi and other unidentified people, was using the top of the range vehicles to smuggle cash and other valuables out of Zimbabwe. The suspicion arose when Goreraza opted to go through Botswana instead of using the Beitbridge Border Post to get into South Africa where he said he was taking the cars for servicing. Goreraza’s vehicles were thoroughly searched before being allowed to proceed into Botswana.



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