Mugabe’s son splashes millions to acquire new toys
Zimbabwe First Lady Grace Mugabe’s eldest son from her previous marriage, Russell Goreraza, has shocked Zimbabweans with the import of two Rolls Royce from South Africa.
Russell’s beasts came in a cargo carrier that became a spectacle around Harare as members of the public kept guessing who the owner was.
It was until a video of Russell and his friends toasting some French champagne while celebrating the expensive luxury vehicles emerged on social media that Zimbabweans got to know of the owner.
Times Live reported that “the cars were bought from the Sandton Rolls Royce dealership and came into Zimbabwe through the Beitbridge border post.”
Each of the cars retail for between R5million (Sh38million) and R6million (Sh45million). The 2017 models of the same cars retail at R8million (Sh60million)
Russell also owns a Porsche Cayenne‚ acquired a 2017 Range Rover Sport SVR in January and has two Mercedes Benzes – a 320 E class and a Brabus ML 500 at his home.
Russell’s mother, Grace had last month been embroiled in an assault case pitting a South African model who is friends with her two other sons Chatunga and Bob Junior.
The First Lady has since resumed her activities in Zimbabwe and has been on the campaign trail for her husband at one time being quoted saying, “God still wants my husband to rule.”