Zari Hassan Travels To Zimbabwe To Console Zodwa Mkandla, Late Tycoon Ginimbi's Grieving Ex-wife

Zari Hassan has proved that she is a true friend after visiting late Genius Ginimbi's ex-wife in Zimbabwe.

Zari Hassan travelled to Zimbabwe to pay tribute to the late socialite Genius Ginimbi. Photo: Zari Hassan. The mother of five flew to Zimbabwe days after returning to South Africa from Tanzania.

Taking to her Instagram stories on Friday, November 20, the South Africa-based Ugandan socialite shared short videos spending time with Ginimbi's ex-wife, Zodwa Mkandla.

In the short clips shared on her IG stories, Zodwa could be heard welcoming her best friend in her home country.

The two cruised together in the beauty's car and Zari did not miss to complete the gorgeous woman.

"Welcome to Zimbabwe Zari. I missed you," she told Zari.

Zodwa also shared a video with Diamond's baby mama and thanked her for visiting her and standing with during the most trying moment in her life.

"Thank u @zarithebosslady for coming to share my pain. True friendship in good times and in bad. Rest in Eternal peace Mtenessnwa @ginimbi," she wrote.

Zari responded to the post saying:
Zari Hassan and Zodwa Mkandla

"I love you more than words can express. Your my wife, my family, my sister, God is with us through this trying time."

In one of the short videos, the Ugandan socialite visited the place where the Zimbabwean socialite perished.

She also got a chance to visit Ginimbi's last resting place in the company of his ex-wife.

As reported by, Ginimbi was laid to rest in an emotional ceremony on Saturday, November 14, at his Domboshava village home.

The flashy tycoon died in a grisly road accident on Sunday, November 8, that claimed the lives of video vixen Mimie Moana and two others.

Scores of his fans and followers pitched tent at his Dombosava village home to celebrate his life and pay their last tributes.

The businessman's body was on Friday, November 13, first paraded in the streets following the arrival of his casket from South Africa on Thursday, November 12.
Zari Hassan and Zodwa Mkandla
Zari Hassan and Zodwa Mkandla

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