5 exorbitant luxuries on Mugabe’s retirement package that will make Zimbabweans even poorer

Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa unveiled Robert Mugabe’s retirement package to the surprise of many. Taxpayers’ billions will be wasted just to finance Mugabe’s retirement.

But why would a man who has been in power for 37 years still be paid by the state? On Wednesday December 27 Zimbabwe’s new president Emmerson Mnangagwa unveiled the generous retirement benefits that Mugabe was entitled to:

New fleet

Robert Mugabe will have three cars provided by the state. The three vehicles – a Mercedes Benz S500 Series or an equivalent class of sedan, an all-terrain station wagon and a pickup van, will be replaced every five years.

Zimbabwean government will also cater for the fuel.

New residence

Robert Mugabe will be awarded a fully-furnished official residence anywhere in the capital Harare. The 93-year-old is also entitled to entertainment allowances plus his bills will be paid by the government.


Robert Mugabe will also be entitled to at least 20 staffers including six personal security guards. All staff will be paid for from state coffers.

Robert Mugabe and Emmerson Mnangagwa when the latter served as Zimbabwe’s vice president under Mugabe.

Diplomatic passports

Zimbabwean government has issued diplomatic passports to Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace Mugabe. What this means is that the two won’t have to deal with immigration when traveling abroad.

Private jet

Robert Mugabe and his wife are entitle to a four first-class air or train trips within Zimbabwe and four trips abroad on a private plane. All these at the expense of Zimbabwean taxpayers.

Note: No monetary details were spelt out in Mugabe’s retirement benefits. The country’s constitution however stipulates that an ex-president is entitled to a pension equivalent to the salary of a sitting president.




Private jets, sport cars! Son of incoming Zimbabwe president is no better than Mugabe’s extravagant sons (Photos)

Zimbabweans celebrate Mugabe’s exit but the incoming president is just another tyrant as well. The son of Zimbabwe’s incoming president is also a beneficiary of state loot.

It’s not yet Uhuru for Zimbaweans. Robert Mugabe’s former vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa is set to be sworn in as president in the next few days.

The 75 year old Mnangagwa served in Mugabe’s cabinet since independence. He was Mugabe’s vice president until November 6th when he was sacked.

Robert Mugabe and Emmerson Mnangagwa

Ndembele massacre

Mnangagwa is a notorious and much-feared figure in Zimbabwe having led vicious crackdown on opponents of Mugabe’s regime.

He was nicknamed ‘Crocodile’ after leading a dreaded North Korean-trained Fifth Army brigade in an operation against Ndembele tribe.

Mnangagwa led the 1983-84 massacre of Ndebele people in Matabeleland. Mugabe’s then fiercest political rival Joshua Nkomo came from Matabeland.

Zimbabwe’s incoming president Emmerson Mnangagwa claps after being presented with a fake crocodile as homage to his nickname ‘Crocodile’

Mnangagwa’s spendthrift son

Social media is awash with photos of Michael Sean showing off his expensive lifestyle. Mnangagwa’s son is no better than Mugabe’s son Chatunga who lives an extravagant lifestyle in South Africa at the expense of Zimbabwean taxpayers.

See Sean’s photos below:

“We can now party without worrying” Huddah Monroe cozies up to Mugabe’s son after his father resigned as president

Robert Mugabe finally resigned as Zimbabwean president ending his 37 year rule. Huddah Monroe is now offering Mugabe’s son a shoulder to lean on following his dad’s resignation.

Robert Mugabe resigned as Zimbabwe’s president on Tuesday evening. Zimbabwean parliament had already began an impeachment process.

Uncle Bob is hated by his countrymen and women because he ruled the country with an iron fist. There was wild jubilation in Zimbabwe after parliament speaker announced Mugabe had submitted his resignation in a letter.

Mugabe’s extravagant sons

The tyrant’s son have been enjoying a life of unimaginable wealth at the expense of Zimbabwean taxpayers. Mugabe’s youngest son Chatunga Bellarmine Mugabe caused uproar two weeks ago. He was seen pouring a bottle of Kes 27,000 champagne on his Kes 6 million diamond-encrusted wristwatch.

Robert Jr. (left) and Chatunga Bellarmine Mugabe

On Sunday November 19th Chatunga encouraged his dad to remain in power. He taunted Zimbabweans saying that they couldn’t fire his 93-year-old dad.

Leave Chatunga alone

Huddah Monroe has come out to defend Chatunga from online trolls. Huddah states that Mugabe’s sons shouldn’t be condemned for his father’s sins.

“I can’t stand to see people hate on people coz of what their parents did. His dad’s sins are not his sins. Chill the F out,” wrote Huddah Monroe.

We can now party without worrying

Huddah says Mugabe’s resignation is good news to Chatunga and her. She says that they can now party without Chatunga worrying that he’s the president’s son.

“MY FRIENDS – MUGABES SON – Missing the good times at F1. We can now party without worrying that you are a Presidents son. Hip Hip hurray. Now people can start loving him for him. Zim people , stop hating. To him,it’s Blessing in Disguise,” wrote Huddah.


“You can’t fire my dad” Robert Mugabe’s extravagant son mocks Zimbabweans as his father refuses to cede power

President Robert Mugabe’s son was quick to celebrate after last night’s address by his father. Mugabe vowed to remain in power in a live TV address.

Millions of Zimbabweans expected Mugabe to resign on Sunday November 19th. The cunning 93-year-old president broke the hearts of his countrymen and women when he vowed to stay in power for several weeks.

Mugabe was flanked by military generals during the live TV address. He stressed the need to return Zimbabwe to normality. He also promised to preside over Zanu-PF congress in a few weeks. His party Zanu-PF fired him as its leader a day before the live TV address.

Zimbabweans gather to watch Robert Mugabe’s live address

Mugabe’s son mocks Zimbabweans

Chatunga Bellarmine Mugabe couldn’t hide his joy after his father defied citizens’ expectation. The president’s son lives an extravagant lifestyle in South Africa at the expense of Zimbabwean taxpayers.

A week before the military purge Chatunga was seen pouring a bottle of Kes 27,000 champagne on his Kes 6 million diamond-encrusted wristwatch.

Chatunga says Zanu-PF is nothing without his father. He reiterates that his nonagenarian dad will always remain the champion of champions.

Robert Mugabe, his wife Grace Mugabe and son Chatunga

“You can’t fire a Revolutionary leader ! Zanu Pf is nothing without President Mugabe ✊ Gushungo will always remain the champion of champions! Proud of you Gushungo Proud of Dad. Gushungo always and forever to death✊ People like Wellence Mujuru celebrate and march became of Jealous and ruchiva acting as if he cares for the people and unnecessary attacks !” Wrote Chatunga on Facebook.

In a separate post Chatunga urges Zimbabweans to protect their country’s sovereignty. He thanks God for compatriots who sacrificed for Zimbabwe.

“We all grow up in life and take up our responsibility to serve our country. We all have a responsibility to keep this country safe and guard our sovereignty. God bless all who sacrifice for our nation Zimbabwe


10 photos of Robert Mugabe’s 25-bedroom mansion which has now become his prison

Deposed Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe is being ‘incarcerated’ in his palatial mansion. Zimbabwean Defence Force (ZDF) took power a day ago following a political crisis.

Zimbabwe is in turmoil after the military seized power from president Robert Mugabe. The 93-year-old leader plunged the country into a political crisis when he sacked vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa.

The move was a well calculated strategy by the country’s ruling Zanu-PF party to clear the way for Mugabe’s wife Grace Mugabe to succeed her nonagenarian husband.

The military quickly intervened to end what it terms as purges against liberation heroes. The sacked VP Mnangagwa is revered by the military and is reportedly being installed as president.

Zimbabwean military tanks heads to the capital Harare

Mugabe under house arrest

Mugabe’s 37 year rule of Zimbabwe was put to a stop when the military took over. The 93-year-old leader has been put under house arrest as the military seizes control of the nation.

The deposed leader is being confined at his palatial home in the leafy Harare suburb of Borrowdale. The president’s 25-bedroom mansion sits in a 44 acre parcel of land.

The house has two lakes

Mugabe’s mansion was reportedly constructed by a Serbian construction company Energoproject to a Chinese architectural design.

The president’s residence is nicknamed ‘Blue Roof’ and has two lakes in its 44 acre landscaped grounds. Mugabe’s private residence is protected by a multi-million shillings radar system.

Below are photos of Mugabe’s Blue Roof mansion:


Internet goes berserk as Robert Mugabe’s son pours champagne on Kes 6 million diamond-encrusted wristwatch

President Robert Mugabe’s son pours a bottle of Kes 27,000 champagne on his Kes 6 million diamond-encrusted wristwatch when Zimbabweans are starving.

Chatunga Bellarmine Mugabe caused a stir when he posted the video online. The president’s son shared the video on SnapChat amid uproar from netizens.

Chatunga filmed the stunt in a nightclub in the city of Sandton, South Africa. Mugabe’s son lives a hard-partying lifestyle in SA with his brother Robert Jr.

Robert Jr. (left) and Chatunga Bellarmine Mugabe

The footage shows Chatunga enjoying a life of unimaginable wealth at the expense of Zimbabwean taxpayers. Almost three quarters of Zimbabweans live below the poverty line.

Chatunga pours champagne on his expensive wristwatch

Daddy runs the whole country

Chatunga uploaded the video to Snapchat hours after bragging about his expensive watch. He shared a photo of his Kes 6 million diamond-encrusted wristwatch and said he had it because ‘daddy run the whole country’.

The SnapChat video also shows Robert Jr. smooching with girls at the party. Chatunga’s gold chain is also visible in the footage.

Chatunga shows off his Kes 6 million diamond-encrusted wristwatch

The champagne that Chatunga pours on his wristwatch is the exclusive Armand de Brignac Ace Of Spades Gold. The expensive champagne retails around Kes 27,000.

Other expensive liqour brands are also seen on the table where Mugabe’s sons were partying.