Saturday, 14 May 2016


Air Zimbabwe public relations executive Shingai Taruvinga Dhliwayo who was found dead in a bush in Botswana last week has been laid to rest in Norton.

Hundreds of relatives, friends and colleagues convened in Norton to pay their last respects to Shingai.

Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Transport chairperson, Cde Dexter Nduna and Musha Mukadzi Zimbabwe Armed Forces Foundation national chairperson Mrs Marry Chiwenga said that thorough investigations should be carried out to bring the murderer to book.

Family spokesperson and father to Shingai, Salvation Army church pastor, Major Zindoga Nathan Taruvinga (Retired) said the family has lost a hardworking and loving daughter.

Friends and workmates said Shingai will be missed as she was a loving person who worked well with everyone in society. Shingai is survived by husband Totizirepi Dhliwayo and three children.


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