Zimbabwe businessman splashes US$350 000 on a brand new luxury car

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HARARE – Controversial Zimbabwean socialite and businessman Genius Kadungure has splashed out on a Rolls Royce Wraith luxury vehicle worth a mouth watering $350 000.

Kadungure buys $350 000 Rolls Royce Wraith

Kadungure buys $350 000 Rolls Royce Wraith

The Wraith is a 4 seat coupé based on the chassis of the Rolls-Royce Ghost. The car has a monstrous 6,592 cc engine, V12 twin turbo and 8 speed automatic transmission. The name Wraith comes from an old Scottish word meaning image of a Ghost or Spirit.

The 31-year-old Kadungure, more known for his lavish and wild all-white parties, is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of a gas company, Pioneer Gases which has interests in Botswana, South Africa and Zimbabwe.

Kadungure buys $350 000 Rolls Royce Wraith

Kadungure buys $350 000 Rolls Royce Wraith

 

 

Ginimbi as he calls himself, Kadungure is reported to have started doing deals at the age of 17 before eventually becoming a middle-man securing gas for domestic users.

As previously reported on Nehanda Radio, Kadungure has generated a lot of interest since 2011 when he spent US$17 000 on an all – white party in Greystone Park, Harare.

Controversial socialite and businessman Genius Kadungure

Controversial socialite and businessman Genius Kadungure

In 2013 he is said to have flown guests from Zimbabwe for his 28th birthday in Botswana which reportedly cost US$ 32 000.

GENIUS KADUNGURE BIRTHDAY PARTY

Last year he had another lavish all-white party in Sandton, South Africa. He claims celebrities from 10 African countries attended.

Genius Kadungure celebrating his birthday

In 2014 Kadungure was arrested and tried on allegations of defrauding the Zanu PF MP for Chegutu East Dexter Nduna and a Kadoma-based miner known as Gatawa of 1.5m South African Rands. Extraterritorial investigations have stalled proceedings in the trial.

Sound: Nehanda

  • Jonso

    Great, great billionaires in the world are using cars valued at less than $50 000. Why not lend the money to the state and help them pay salaries.? If we can get 20 spenders like you, and you sacrifice that money to lend it to the state, are we not going to come out of our situation.? Imbopafungawo shamwari yangu.