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Zimbabwean socialite and businessman, Ginimbi will reportedly be buried in a Versace casket said to be worth between $5000 to $12000

According to local media, the socialite who tragically passed away from a fatal car accident had purchased the coffin one week before his death.

Ginimbi’s Versace coffin

Ginimbi Genius Kadungure died on November 8 after his Rolls-Royce Wraith veered off a road in Harare, smashed into a tree and went up in flames. The accident claimed his life and two others including his personal trainer and video vixen, Mitchelle Amuli, popularly known as Moana.

The 36-year-old businessman who was laid to rest in his Domboshava mansion today was famous for flaunting his love for a flamboyant lifestyle.

Police Probe

Meanwhile, police in Zimbabwe have launched investigations into the death of Ginimbi following reports that gunshot marks were found on his burnt Rolls Royce.

Zimbabwean publication, NewsDay, has quoted Zimbabwe’s National Police Spokesperson, Paul Nyathi, as saying “we are still conducting our investigations.”

Reports based on which the Zimbabwean police have initiated investigations, suggested that Ginimbi and his friends were shot at, leading to the accident.


Other reports have suggested that the personal belongings of Ginimbi including phones, shoes, wallets, were robbed following the accident.

African Entertainment understands that Ginimbi Rolls Royce collided head-on with a Honda Fit while he was driving to his Domboshava home alongside Limumba Karim, from Malawi; Alichia Adams, and socialite Mitchel ‘Moana’ Amuli.

Where were they coming from?

Reports say they were returning from Moana’s 26th birthday party at Ginimbi’s Club Dreams.

Money-laundering allegations

According to reports, prior to his death, Karim was allegedly a wanted man in Malawi over his alleged involvement in a $30 million money-laundering case.

Earlier reports by a Malawi media outlet, Nyasa Times, had alleged that Karim was wanted in connection with Malawi’s biggest corruption scandal.

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