Harare — The extent of former first lady Grace Mugabe’s vast wealth came to light at the weekend when the one-time Zimbabwe presidential hopeful was confirmed to be the owner of three luxury vehicles — a Rolls-Royce Ghost, a Porsche and a Range Rover Autobiography. Mugabe’s known wealth already includes plush properties in Harare, among them the family’s private residence, dubbed Blue Roof, in the upmarket Borrowdale suburb, a dairy farm, an orphanage in Mazowe and private schools that she runs in the same area. The vehicles, which were en route to SA via Botswana for services, were under the care and watch of her first son, Russell Goreraza, who was accompanied by his friends. In three handwritten affidavits done for each of the vehicles by Mugabe, she confirmed ownership of the three vehicles. "I, Grace Mugabe, of Grace Mugabe Children’s Home Iron Mask, do hereby give authority to Russell Goreraza to travel with my car, a Rolls-Royce Ghost, to Botswana and SA," a part of the affid...

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