Genius Kadungure popularly known as Ginimbi was a Zimbabwean businessman and socialite who died in a car accident 08 November 2020 in Harare. Ginimbi who led a lavish style was best known for his parties and expensive cars that included Rolls Royce, Lamborghini, Ferrari, Range Rover and many others.
Background and Age
Ginimbi was born on 10 October 1984 in Domboshava, Harare. He was 36 years at the time of his death which came just a weeks after celebrating his birthday with annual icon all white birthday party.
Cause of Death
According to reports Ginimbi who was driving his Rolls Royce Wraith from a birthday party of his friend, socialite Moana had head on collision with a Honda Fit at 05:00 am on 08 November 2020 along Borrowdale road died on the spot. Moana and two other friends reportedly also died in the tragic accident.
Ginimbi was the founder of gas company called Pioneer Gases that has interests in Botswana, South Africa and Zimbabwe. He was also the owner of popular Harare nightclub Dreams Nightlife Club.
Parents and Family
Ginimbi's mother Juliana Mubaiwa died in January 2020 after succumbing to cancer. His brother Andrew had earlier died in 2019.
Ginimbi discovered in 2014 that he had been looking another man’s child for the 11 years after he demanded a paternity test from the child's mother who was seeking an upwards review of maintenance to $USD1500 a month.
Ginimbi was not married but was in a longtime relationship with ex-girlfriend Zodwa Mkandla who was 11 years older. In April 2018, Ginimbi revealed that he and Zodwa had separated.
Ginimbi's exact net worth was not known but it was believed to be more than $USD10 million judging by his vast collection of expensive car collection that includes Rolls Royce, Lamborghini, Ferrari, Range Rover and many others. Ginimbi was also famous for his annual lavish birth party widely known as Ginimbi's All White Party.
In February 2018 it was reported Ginimbi had bought the first copy of Winky D's his album Gombwe for USD$40 000.
|Born||10th October, 1984|
|Died||8th November, 2020|
|Home City||Domboshava, Harare, Zimbabwe|
|Current City||Domboshava, Harare, Zimbabwe|