VP Chiwenga Abandons Borrowdale Mansion For Chinese Villa

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VP Chiwenga Abandons Borrowdale Mansion For Chinese Villa

Vice President Constantino Chiwenga has reportedly moved out of his matrimonial Borrowdale Brooke mansion and is now staying at the Golden Peacock Villa Hotel located along Kingsmead Road in Borrowdale in Harare.

Chiwenga’s new home is owned by Anjin Investments (Pvt) Ltd – a joint venture between Chinese company Anhui Foreign Economic Construction (Group) Co. Ltd and a Zimbabwean entity Matt Bronze Enterprises (Pvt) Ltd, owned by the military, founded in December 2009.

The former army general reportedly relocated to the villa for security and personal reasons.

Chiwenga evicted his estranged wife Marry from the Borrowdale mansion (inscribed C&M – Constantino & Marry) with the assistance of the army before the courts granted him the right to occupy the house.

Marry lost control of the house after Chiwenga got her arrested on allegations of attempted murder, fraud and money laundering in December last year.

NewsHawks has established that security has been beefed up since Chiwenga’s move into the Chinese villa. In addition to private security, there are also soldiers guarding the hotel.




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