Skeem Saam’s Lehasa Ex-Girlfriend Zari Hassan And Zodwa Mkandla Visit Ginimbi’s Accident Scene

Ginimbi’s ex-wife Zodwa Mkandla and her bestie Zari Hassan who recently broke up with Skeem Saam actor Lehasa Maphosa real name Cedric Fourie yesterday revisited Ginimbi’s accident scene.

From the video circulating on Instagram, iHarare established that the ex-wife of socialite and businessman Ginimbi, Zodwa was yesterday accompanied by her South African-based friend, Zari Hassan affectionately referred to as ‘The Boss Lady’ as they visited Ginimbi’s accident scene in Borrowdale.

Flamboyant businessman/ socialite Genius ‘Ginimbi’ Kadungure died on the spot on November 8 along Liberation Legacy Way in Harare when his speeding Rolls Royce collided head-on with a Honda Fit.

It veered off the road and hit a tree before catching fire. He was with two foreigners who had come for the Saturday night party of a friend Mitchelle Amuli.
Zodwa Mkandla
Zari Hassan
Limumba Karim from Malawi, Mozambican model Alichia Adams and the birthday girl, Michelle Amuli were not so fortunate as they were burnt beyond recognition after the doors of the Rolls Royce jammed on impact and it took many hours for police and the Fire Brigade to retrieve their remains from the wreckage.

Meanwhile, Zari has been friends with Ginimbi’s on and off wife, Zodwa Mkandla for quite some time now as she was once married to Ugandan millionaire and Rich gang leader Ivan Semwanga who was friends with the late socialite Ginimbi.

However, the relationship between businesswoman Zodwa Mkandla and the late Genius Kadungure aka Ginimbi has always been shrouded in mystery and confusion as they never divulged any details about their marriage when they were together.

Their fans got to know about their union in 2018 when Zodwa admitted they had already separated. However, she claims that even after the separation they still had an excellent relationship.

Watch Zodwa Mkandla and her friend Zari Hassan visit Ginimbi’s accident scene:

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