Harare ‑ Some of the assets belonging to Zimbabwe’s former president, Robert Mugabe, are set to be auctioned on Saturday after being attached following failure to service debts.
In an advert by Ruby Auctions, the firm said it would sell motor vehicles and farm equipment owned by Mugabe’s Gushungo Holdings.
“Duly instructed by our most valued client, we shall sell by public auction the following vehicles and farm equipment at Gushungo Dairy Farm on Saturday May 11, 2019 at 10am,” the advert read.
A total of 19 vehicles, 13 motorcycles, tractors and accessories are set to go under the hammer.
Zimbabwe’s former first family has been facing a litany of lawsuits from various service providers since the former leader was deposed via a coup in November 2017.