President Mugabe two sons evicted in Joburg

President Robert Mugabe’s sons, Robert and Chatunga Bellarmine have allegedly been evicted from a luxury apartment in Sandton after a brawl which left a security guard with a broken leg and arm.

This information was published in Harare on Friday by weekly newspaper, The Independent.

The two young men, who previously lived in Dubai and Harare, were in an apartment at the Regent MCC in West Road South, Morningside and were paying rent via the state of about R70 000 pm.

First lady Grace Mugabe came to Johannesburg two weeks ago in an attempt to sort out the mess allegedly left by her sons including damage to the interior of the apartment. Damages to the apartment were paid for by the state.

Chatunga was previously expelled for bad behaviour from the Catholic private school, St Georges, in Harare, and had to complete his secondary education at home. He was seen three months ago, arriving at OR Tambo international airport on a South African aircraft accompanied by two state security men.

Zimbabwe’s privately-owned media claim the two young men moved from Dubai earlier this year after there was allegedly “trouble” with various substances banned in United Arab Emirates.

Robert Jnr, 25, a talented basketball player was unable to pass his ‘A’ level examinations at Zimbabwe’s top private school in Harare, and is understood to be studying at the University of Johannesburg. He was born shortly after Mugabe’s first wife Sally died. Chatunga, 21, was born after Mugabe married Grace, who he met when she was a young, married typist at State House. Her oldest son, Russell, from her first marriage has also had a troubled young life.

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Mugabe is in Singapore receiving medical treatment and is expected back in Harare on Saturday.

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