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Mugabe left US$10million, several cars, houses


Zimbabwe’s late former president, Robert Mugabe, left behind US$10 million (P110 million), 10 cars, two houses and a farm, it was revealed yesterday (Tuesday).

The assets were declared by Mugabe’s daughter, Bona Chikore, at the High Court in Harare with the family also saying the late former leader did not leave any will.

The money is in a foreign currency account with the Commercial Bank of Zimbabwe.

The model of the cars was not disclosed.

Also according to the list given, Mugabe owned three houses in Harare’s upmarket suburbs of Borrowdale, Gunhill and Mt Pleasant as well as a farm.

The list also includes his rural home in Zvimba.

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Bona also notified the court that Mugabe’s widow, Grace was the only surviving spouse while, herself and her siblings Robert Jnr and Chatunga were also listed as beneficiaries.

Grace’s son from her first marriage, Russel Goreraza will also benefit from the estate.

While Mugabe’s family only listed one farm, President Emmeron Mnangangwa recently revealed that the government will soon repossess some of the more than 10 farms owned by the former first family.



  1. Cheerful

    December 4, 2019 at 8:39 pm

    The money is in a “foreign currency account” and this says it all

  2. Cheerful

    December 14, 2019 at 2:24 pm

    Mugabe is reportedly to have properties abroad and have not been declared by the family

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