By Shingirai Vambe
Harare- Owner and Chief Executive Officer of the Impala Car Rental, Thompson Dondo has died.
Dondo died early hours of today (Saturday) at a local hospital where he was admitted and on dialysis machine.
Close family relative, Peter Dondo confirmed the death of Thompson and told Post On Sunday that the report he got from the medical team was that he tested negative of Covid-19 on initial tests which were carried out.
Dondo went further to explain that Thompson was a diabitic patient for years and he had recently succumbed to kidney challenges which resulted to him being put on dialysis.
“it was the first time Thompson put on dialysis machine after having issues with his kidney, since he was a diabitic patient.
” I am currently on my way to harare to find out more on his death, yes we are living in perennial times where Covid is taking away our friends and relatives, but I can’t say Thompson died of Covid” said Peter Ndoro.
He further told this publication that more details would follow after meeting with relatives who were with him at the hospital and from the doctors.
“Once I get to Harare, will meet with relatives and doctors to ascertain the cause of his death, while we make arrangements of his burial” added Dondo.
The death of Thompson Dondo has come to be an issue of public interest following an abduction case of a media student, Tawada Mucheiwa with a Ford ranger suspected to have been hired from Impala Car Rental though the company failed to release the information.
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