A Chinese company has been chosen to construct the much-debated mausoleum for late Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe. It is not the first time a Chinese company has been tasked with building shrines for the region’s political leaders.
In the latest development in the aftermath of Robert Mugabe’s recent death, it has been announced that constructions will go on in spite of conflicting statements from the parties involved. It is previously known that Chinese company Shanghai Construction Group is responsible for constructing the mausoleum in Harare’s national memorial site National Heroes’ Acre.
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