Unbelievably, masked gunmen ambushed and killed Mr Warren Muzi Nzama on his way to the garage with friends and business acquaintances. Because the media was so preoccupied with the monetary value of the deceased's sports car, other community members also died.
Around 10 p.m. on Sunday night, Muzi's R7 million red Ferrari was pulled over by the police on Chris Hani Road, according to reports. Because a Toyota Etios around 300 meters away from his house obstructed their path, they had no choice but to give up. Muzi and a twenty-something woman were shot and killed by the assassins in the Toyota.
In any case, other reports claim that there was a third victim: a man in the red Ferrari behind Mr Muzi and Gugu Omusha at the time of their deaths. According to reports, just two people died in the explosion. There's no way to know for sure, unfortunately.
It was an assassination attempt gone awry, he alleged, because he had received a government grant for millions before starting his own business.
If you'd like to peek inside Mr. Muzi Nzama's lavish mansion, keep reading. He learned business acumen from his mother, who was a cab owner and raised Muzi Nzama, the company's founder.
Thandeka Nombanjinji-Nzama and Warren Muzi Nzama have been married for 12 years. A boy and a girl ranging in age from three to eleven are housed together.
Construction and engineering firm Mbokodo Building, owned by Thandeka Nombanjinji-Nzama, has been making waves throughout the 2020 lockout, winning prizes and gaining significant construction projects.
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