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New bae for VP

New bae for VP
IN LOVE: Chiwenga

Vice President (VP), Constatino Chiwenga has re-married and people are talking.

Of course by virtue of him being the VP means that his love life will always be of interest to the public.

The 66-year-old former army chief has been in the news in the last couple of months following his acrimonious divorce with ex-wife, Mary Mubaiwa.

While many thought he was still dealing with the divorce, it seems the VP had long moved on as it emerged on Monday that he was already living with his new spouse, a 46-year-old army colonel named, Miniyothabo Baloyi.

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