THE United States manufacturers of the Robinson R44 helicopter that crashed in Maphane near Gwanda last week killing Beitbridge tycoon Christian Malila Ndou have offered to send their expert investigators to examine the wreckage of the chopper to determine the
possible cause of the horrific crash.
GWANDA magistrate Sheila Nazombe yesterday lashed out at Maphane residents for looting Beitbridge tycoon Christian Malila Ndou’s belongings next to his dismembered body following the horrific helicopter crash that took his life saying stealing from the dead was “not only criminal but morally unacceptable”.
ABOUT R500 000 is suspected to have been stolen at the scene of the horrific helicopter crash in which Beitbridge tycoon Christian Malila Ndou — who was based in South Africa — died last Sunday.
THE LATE Beitbridge tycoon Christian Malila Ndou who died in a horrific helicopter crash last Sunday, was buried yesterday amid revelations by Home Affairs minister Kembo Mohadi that he had confided in him that he was tired of using cars for his trips to South Africa.
THE remains of Beitbridge tycoon Christian Malila Ndou, who died in a horrific helicopter crash in Gwanda last weekend, were repatriated to the South African town of Musina awaiting burial.