Zororo Makamba dies at Wilkins hospital after testing positive for coronavirus

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Zororo Makamba has died at Wilkins hospital in Harare where he was in isolation Monday morning after testing positive for coronavirus.

Zororo was the Director and Co-Founder of Eleven Dogs, a digital media and broadcasting company. He is the current host and Executive Producer of Point of View with Zororo Makamba and is the second son of businessman James Makamba.

He was 30 and had underlying health conditions and sources have revealed he suffered from Cancer. A childhood friend of Makamba’s told CNN he was suffering from a rare condition known as Myasthenia gravis, a chronic, neuromuscular illness, and had undergone surgery to remove a tumor from his chest last year.

A leaked Whatsapp chat revealed that Zororo recently travelled from New York and is in ICU because of chest problems. He the second victim of Covid-19 officially to be announced in Zimbabwe.

Mutumwa Mawere announced the death on his twitter page