Grace Mugabe and her four children have failed to locate an inheritance will for the distribution of the President Robert Mugabe’s estate, a development that has prompted the Master of High Court to call for an edict meeting this week to appoint an executor.
Mugabe died in Singapore on September 6 this year after battling prostate cancer for at least 13 years.
His daughter, Mrs Bona Nyepudzai Mutsahuni-Chikore, notified the Master’s Office on October 21 and disclosed that her late father had US$10 million in a CBZ Bank Nostro account and a number of immovable and movable properties.
The properties declared by Mrs Mutsahuni-Chikore are:
· House Number 129 Forbes Road, Waterfalls
· Villa Number 65 Gunhill
· Number 27 Quorn Avenue Mt Pleasant
· Lot GB Helensvale and Lot 1 of subdivision B of Sub G of Helensvale
· Highfield Farm
· Zvimba rural farming plot (about 5 acres)
· Zvimba rural home (one hectare)
· Zvimba orchard (about five acres)
· 10 cars
Mrs Grace Mugabe was listed as the sole surviving spouse while Bona, Robert, Bellarmine and Russel Goreraza were listed as Mugabe’s surviving children.
The Mugabe family lawyer Mr Terrence Hussein of Hussein Ranchod and Company wrote to the Master of High Court Mr Eldard Mutasa asking him to register the death of Mugabe.
Mr Hussein indicated that no will had been found and messages had already been sent to other law firms in town to establish if the late former President had not left a will.