Zimbabwe's VP Chiwenga Reveals Disease That Took Him to China

Vice President Constantino Chiwenga who is back from China after being hospitalised for four months says he has fully recovered from his ailment. He was addressing congregants at a homecoming Roman Catholic Church mass held for him at his rural home in Wedza.

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Vice President Constantino Chiwenga addresses congregants during a solidarity prayer meeting at his homestead (file photo).

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    Zimbabwe Standard, 1 December 2019

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    Vice President Constantino Chiwenga has revealed he was suffering from a disease of the oesophagus which took him to China where he was hospitalised for four months. Read more »

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