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8 Expensive Things Owned By Robert Mugabe's Sons

  • On November 22, 2017

Vidello Productions is taking a look at 8 expensive things owned by the sons of Robert Mugabe and Grace Mugabe.


Johannesburg Mansion

Thought to have originally been purchased by Grace Mugabe, this house is located somewhere in the city of Johannesburg South Africa.

The $3.2 Million Dollar Mansion is reportedly located in Sandhurst and contains rolling lawns, a summer house, koi pond and six reception rooms.

The property also features four bedrooms and four bathrooms, a two-bedroom cottage and a swimming pool.

The property covers 9,249 square meters and is said to require some renovation work which may or may not be under construction.

The brothers have recently been confined to another apartment in the area by their parents while the political crisis unfolds at home.


Rolls Royce Phantom Coupe

Thought to have been purchased in South Africa, this car was shipped into Zimbabwe on a KLM cargo flight that was thought to have been paid for by one of the brothers.

The car is thought to cost around $500,000 dollars and features a 6.7 Litre V12 engine while seating 5 passengers in opulent luxury.

The Phantom Coupé is capable of accelerating from 0-60 mph in 5.8 seconds and has a limited top speed of 155 mph.

Its interior includes leather and wood veneer and there is a button to close the “coach doors” which are also known as suicide doors.

Other features include automatic four-corner levelling, 21-inch alloy wheels and a 15-speaker 420 watt sound system.

Optional equipment includes front and rear parking cameras and a wide array of paint colours and interior trim material choices.


Rolls Royce Ghost Series II

Another car that was thought to have been shipped into Zimbabwe after being purchased somewhere in Europe, possibly Dubai, the Rolls Royce Ghost series II has a retail price of around $300,000 dollars.

The car has a maximum top speed of 155.3 mph, can go from 0-60 in 4.8 to 4.9 seconds and is powered by a 6.6 litre V12 engine.

The car was introduced at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show and features re-designed front seats, and re-angled the rear seats so as to allow for easier communication with other passengers.

The cars also benefit from Satellite Aided Transmission technology and automatic gear changing that adapts to the style of whoever is driving at the time.


Aston Martin DB11

While never actually being revealed, its thought an Aston Martin DB11 is the latest acquisition to the Mugabe Brothers ever expanding car collection.

This car can go from 0-60 in just 3.9 seconds, has a top speed of 200.1 mph and is powered by a 5.2 Litre V12 engine.

The car costs roughly $200,000 dollars and features aeroblade technology, that harnesses airflow along the DB11’s flanks to enhance stability at the rear.

There is on-board Dynamic Stability Control, anti-lock brakes, Traction Control, Launch Control, Emergency Brake Assist and Dynamic Torque Vectoring.


Diamond Watch

Recently featured in a video with ace of spades champagne being poured over it, this watch is thought command a value of $60,000 dollars.

The watch is named the Sh6 Million and is owned by Chatunga Mugabe with the video being filmed during a nightclub party session.

The face and strap of the watch can be seen covered in sparkling diamonds and the brothers are thought to own several other watches including several Rolex models.



The brothers are thought to both own a substantial gold jewellery collection and this includes Gold rings and bracelets and necklaces.

Many of the diamonds are rumoured to have come from the diamond mines of Zimbabwe which their father has control over.

Some of this jewellery can be seen in photos which are regularly posted to the brothers Instagram accounts.



Possibly one of the most well known things that the brothers appear in the media for is their dress sense.

They can regularly be seen wearing the newest branded shoes, jackets, t-shirts and jeans.

They have also been seen wearing top of the line suits to party events and political regalia when attending their fathers rallies.


The Mugabe sons once owned and used a massive Villa in Dubai

The Mugabe sons once owned and used a massive Villa in Dubai

Dubai Mansion

Another insane piece of Mugabe real-estate, its thought this lavish home in Dubai was also purchased by the brothers, however it is now thought sold after they were asked to leave Dubai for reasons unknown.

The villa is thought to be located on Lailak Street in the gated Emirates Hills community that is protected with CCTV and regular security patrols.

The house is said to feature 10 bedrooms and right next door is a house belonging to the President of South Africa Jacob Zuma, look out for him in an up-coming video!

The property was sold in 2015 after the brothers moved to South Africa and they leave behind access to a championship golf course and glistening lakes.

Other famous residents of Emirates Hills include Asif Ali Zardari, husband of assassinated former Pakistani President Benazir Bhutto and former Thai prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra.

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