Zanu PF Spokesperson SK Moyo Dies

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Zanu PF spokesperson Ambassador Simon Khaya-Moyo has died.

He was 76-years-old.

Ambassador Khaya-Moyo died this afternoon at Mater Dei Hospital in Bulawayo after a long illness.

A close family source confirmed the death of the former top diplomat.

Zanu PF acting spokesperson Mike Bimha said, “Unfortunately l am coming from Masvingo but that’s what l am hearing from other people but l think it’s true.

Let me check with my superiors on the exact position. Kindly check with me in two hours,” he said.

Ambassador Khaya-Moyo was born in Plumtree on 1 October 1945.

After completing primary education in Plumtree he proceeded to do Secondary education at Fletcher High School in Gweru up to 1965.

Thereafter he worked in Bulawayo as a Research Assistant at Mpilo Hospital from 1966 to 1967.

Ambassador Khaya-Moyo served as Zimbabwe’s High Commissioner to the Republic of South Africa and to the Kingdom of Lesotho.

He was also an author, having published a book titled “MR SPEAKER, SIR,” a compilation of his speeches in Parliament and beyond.