ZANU-PF has title to previous President Robert Mugabe's homes — the impressive Blue Rooftop house in Borrowdale and a Mount Wonderful property involved by his little girl, Bona, subtleties have developed.
Mugabe family representative Mr Leo Mugabe affirmed yesterday that Zimbabwe's late establishing dad didn't claim the houses.
President Mnangagwa is currently taking a shot at modalities to move the title deeds of the two houses to Cde Mugabe's family.
Tending to columnists in Zvimba yesterday, Mr Mugabe stated: "The issue of properties is being dealt with by the President. He is dealing with the issue to guarantee the family is protected.
"I was told by President Mnangagwa that the gathering will move the title deeds of the properties to the previous President's family. I would prefer not to imperil the procedure."
Mr Mugabe said ZANU-PF possessed the arrive on which the two houses were built.
"It's so interesting. The gathering (ZANU-PF) is the one that purchased the primary house in Mt Lovely and the land for the Blue Rooftop property. It leaves the previous President Mugabe without a house in Harare," he said. ZANU-PF secretary for Organization Dr Obert Mpofu affirmed the improvement, saying the gathering was doing the desk work to move the properties.
"The procedure is right now in progress to move them to the (Mugabe)
family," said Dr Mpofu.
President Mnangagwa, who was an exceptional right hand to the previous President during the freedom battle, has more than once said he will guarantee the family was very much dealt with.
In his tribute to Cde Mugabe during a State burial service held at the National Games Arena in Harare on Saturday, President Mnangagwa said Cde Mugabe's heritage was a springboard for financial improvement.
He depicted Cde Mugabe as a "mammoth African tree that has fallen".
"He showed an age, drove a country, enlivened a mainland, represented the abused and characterized the legislative issues and financial aspects of an age. The man who lies before us was for a considerable length of time our pioneer, our authority, tutor and President, both in the gathering and Government. . .
"Today, Southern Africa grieves the miserable loss of front-liner. Today, Africa sobs, lamenting over the passing of a genuine Skillet African," he said.
President Mnangagwa said during his lifetime, Cde Mugabe was denounced and given "numerous bogus names" to introduce him in terrible light, however he stayed a genuine African symbol.
"Yet, today, the fact of the matter is uncovered and open, we respect and recall our late African symbol in our own unique manner, exhibiting that he had numerous companions, partners and devotees.
"As he proceeds onward from this life to another, his star rises; his sparkles high and splendid. We, who remain, will keep on hearing his rich, valiant, resistant and motivating voice – which we became used to on different worldwide stages – past his grave, urging and cautioning us to be careful and clever; continually guarding and securing our opportunity, our freedom and in reality our inherent assets."