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Saturday, March 1, 2014

Bona Mugabe's Wedding Pictures


Bona Mugabe Wedding PHOTOS [Well Done Bona]



The Invitation Card to Bona’s wedding
More PHOTOS: President Mugabe's daughter, Bona weds Simba Chikore
More PHOTOS: President Mugabe's daughter, Bona weds Simba Chikore in lavish ceremony
More PHOTOS: President Mugabe's daughter, Bona weds Simba Chikore in lavish ceremony
More PHOTOS: President Mugabe's daughter, Bona weds Simba Chikore in lavish ceremony
More PHOTOS: President Mugabe's daughter, Bona weds Simba Chikore in lavish ceremony
President Mugabe's daughter, Bona weds (PHOTOS)
President Mugabe's daughter, Bona weds (PHOTOS)
President Mugabe's daughter, Bona weds (PHOTOS)
President Mugabe's daughter, Bona weds (PHOTOS)
President Mugabe's daughter, Bona weds (PHOTOS)
President Mugabe's daughter, Bona weds (PHOTOS)
President Mugabe's daughter, Bona weds (PHOTOS)
President Mugabe's daughter, Bona weds (PHOTOS)















































Church leader Euna Guti, with the groom and bride, standing by President Robert Mugabe and Mai Mugabe (right)

Groom and bride…Simba with his wife Bona



Sitting in style.. Tezvara and Ambuya Mugabe


























The wedding of President Robert Mugabe’s daughter, Bona, is going to take a breathtaking 18 hours, with security and logistical hurdles likely to throw a damper on the nuptials.

“Yes we came back early, we’ve a wedding on Saturday, you see. We said well, let’s go home early, we’ve beer to brew that’s why we’re here,” President Mugabe said to laughter from delegates who welcomed him at the Harare International Airport on Wednesday night


"Ini Bona ndabvuma kubatanidzwa newe Simba kuti ndive mudzimai wako . . . ",

There she is the talk of the town, Bona Mugabe. 


Simba Chikore, soon-to-be husband of Bona Mugabe

President Mugabe chats with Congolese musician Koffi Olomide after their arrival at Harare International Airport from DRC on Wednesday. The rhumba musician will perform at Bona’s wedding to Simba Chikore tomorrow. — (Picture By Presidential Photographer Joseph Nyadzayo
President Mugabe chats with Congolese musician Koffi Olomide after their arrival at Harare International Airport from DRC on Wednesday. The rhumba musician will perform at Bona’s wedding to Simba Chikore tomorrow. — (Picture By Presidential Photographer Joseph Nyadzayo)

Mugabe's Borrowdale Mansion
President Mugabe’s mansion in Borrowdale, Harare - The venue for Bona Mugabe wedding.

Simba Chikore and his team arrive for his bachelor’s party held at a Harare hotel on Wednesday
Simba Chikore and his team arrive for his bachelor’s party held at a Harare hotel on Wednesday

Guests are expected to be seated by 12 noon tomorrow with the wedding expected to end on Sunday at 6am.

It will be held at Mugabe’s plush Borrowdale home, which is popularly known as Blue Roof in the Borrowdale Brooke neighbourhood because of the massive house’s blue roof.
While Mugabe’s daughter Bona is set to walk down the aisle and tie the knot with Simba Chikore, a pilot with Qatar Airways, it will not be smooth sailing for those lucky to have been invited.

For instance, guests should arrive at Heritage Primary School to park their vehicles and then proceed, probably by shuttle, to the blue roofed residence of the First Family and be seated by 12pm.

Shuttle buses will carry guests from the school to the plush residence.

Heritage Primary School, which lies diagonally opposite Mugabe’s residence, is perched near a creek and motorists who will not be keen on the shuttle buses will have negotiate passage, on foot.

Reports indicate that a new foot bridge has been constructed for guests including foreign dignitaries, who might decided to walk rather than use a bus for the distance of more than five kilometres.

The foot bridge, which is close to the famous Borrowdale Brooke Golf Course is new to the geography of the area.

Vehicles are not allowed at the premises.

Security will be very tight. No kids are allowed at the wedding. For ladies in heels, this will be punishing given the many hours they will spend in the residence and in view of the fact that because of huge security requirements, it will not be easy to leave the premises.

The wedding ceremony will start at 2pm sharp.

Gatecrashers will not worm their way into the wedding as only those holding the bar-coded invitation cards will be allowed into the opulent residence of the country’s president. Invited guests were given bar codes which they activate through mobile phones that invitation cards will not be necessary.

Cameras, Ipads and smart phones which take pictures are banned from the much-awaited event, which competes favourably with weddings of billionaires.

And photojournalists will only be allowed in for 10 minutes to snap their shots and leave.

Event organisers have been busy preparing for the big, fat wedding.

Mugabe recently said the wedding preparations have been taxing everybody in the First Family.

Incessant rains might have damaged the country’s roads but do not expect potholes on streets that lead to Mugabe’s home.

A new layer of tar has been topped up, with construction workers labouring around the clock to ensure that the 90 year-old and his wife Grace give the first daughter a befitting send-off.

Workers from a local events management company, have been working 24 hours a day this week pitching up tents. Daily News


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