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It’s a high life for shady millionaires

HIGH LIFE: Guvamatanga in front of the private jet he hired for his family

Our local shady millionaires never shy away from spending their cash.

When they buy cars, they go for the top of the range brands in the world and when they throw parties, they spare no expenses.

The latest self-proclaimed millionaire to raise eyebrows because of his lavish spending is Finance Secretary, George Guvamatanga, who threw himself a 50th birthday party last Friday and hired three South African performers; Mafikizolo, Makhadzi and Loius Mhlanga, to entertain his select guests, which included top government officials and their associates.

So, you can also imagine the type of ...

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