Zimbabwean-born University of Kent law lecturer Alex Tawanda Magaisa has died.
Magaisa, a former adviser to the late former Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai died on Sunday in the United Kingdom where he was based.
According to journalist Hopewell Chin’ono, Magaisa suffered a cardiac arrest this morning at Margate Hospital at 10 am.
The director of a local think-tank SAPES Trust, Ibbo Mandaza, said Magaisa’s demise is a great loss to Zimbabwe’s intellectual community. He tweeted:
Just received the sad news that Alex Magaisa is no more; a great loss to Zimbabwe’s intellectual community, to the struggle for a better and democratic Zimbabwe.
More to follow…
In other news – Grace Mugabe’s ex-husband has died
Former Zimbabwe First Lady, Grace Mugabe’s ex-husband Stanley Goreraza has died. Goreraza succumbed to cancer, according to a notice shared at a flat he used to own in the Avenues area in Harare, reported The Standard. Reads the notice:
Good morning. I hope I find you all well! It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of our dear friend, Stanley Goreraza. Learn More