- Grace Mugabe and ‘first boyfriend’ Gideon Gono
Zimbabwean dictator Robert Mugabe’s adulterous wife Grace Mugabe has been placed on a list of the top five cheating first ladies in Africa.
The list also includes South African president Jacob Zuma’s fourth wife Nompumelelo Ntuli Zuma, Swazi king Mswati’s twelfth wife Nothando Dube, former Zambian president Frederick Chiluba’s wife and iconic former South African president Nelson Mandela’s divorced second wife Winnie Madikizela Mandela, who had sex with lawyer Dali Mpofu and journalists while her husband was languishing at Robben Island prison.
Grace Mugabe met Mugabe at State House where she worked as a switchboard operator and started committing adultery with the dictator while she was married to Air Force officer Stanley Goreraza. The adulterous affair resulted in two children while Mugabe’s wife Sally Hayfron from Ghana was still alive.
Since she officially married Mugabe in 1996, Grace Mugabe has been caught pants down with several men, most of them connected to the regime.
Her best-known affair was with Peter Pamire, a shrewd businessman and dealer in hard drugs whose break came after he defrauded Old Mutual insurance firm and started a transport business. Pamire was caught by Mugabe’s vast network of spies, however, and given two choices.
“Mugabe offered to buy Pamire a house in Greece, where he could go and live quietly for the rest of his life, being given all the money that he needed. The other option was that he would be killed,” said former Mugabe henchman Enos Chikowore in a previously unpublished interview with a Now Daily reporter. “Pamire decided to take his chances and stay in Zimbabwe. He was killed by Mugabe.”
There are allegations that at least one of Mugabe’s children, Chatunga Bellarmine was fathered by Pamire. Chatunga Bellarmine Mugabe bears a striking resemblance to Pamire’s children, with who he went to school and struck a strong friendship at St Michaels Roman Catholic School in Harare.
‘Crumpled Bed Sheets’
Grace Mugabe also had sex more than a dozen times with sacked former central bank governor Gideon Gono, according to the United Kingdom Sunday Times.
Grace Mugabe and Gono met for sex at her Mazowe farm, at more than 12 state residences around the country and in South African and Asian hotels, according to the paper. The story was apparently leaked by officials concerned by the first lady’s violation of security arrangements as Gono was never officially booked to visit.
Workers at the Mazowe farm reported having to clean up her messy bedroom with ‘crumpled sheets’ every time Gono visited ostensibly to discuss business with her. Gono was the dictator’s chief financial ‘adviser’.
Whistleblowers who include Mugabe’s late sister Sabina Mugabe and murdered former chief bodyguard Changara exposed Grace Mugabe’s affairs with other men, including James Makamba, Phillip Chiyangwa, Wicknell Chivayo and the dictator’s nephew Patrick Zhuwao, who has been made cabinet minister despite his ineptitude.
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