Browse: Home / Latest, News / Exclusive: Bona Mugabe Raped by Tanzanian Students[h=1]Exclusive: Bona Mugabe Raped by Tanzanian Students by The African Aristocrat[/h] [h=2][/h]In a shocking exclusive, The African Aristocrat can reveal that Bona Mugabe has filed sexual assault charges against two Tanzanian students studying in Singapore. Tracy Guvamombe, who is actually Bona Mugabe using an assumed name, alleges that she was the victim of drink spiking and rape at a student party held in the upmarket Faber Park neighbourhood. The accused argue they had consensual sex. One of the accused has been identified as Patrick Azziz, the 27 year old son of Tanzanian business tycoon Rostam Aziz. Patrick, together with an unidentified co-accused, allegedly invited Bona Mugabe (known to them as Tracy Guvamombe) to the lavish party and plied her with spiked wines. They went on to have sex with her in one of the bedrooms. The pairs luck ran out when Bona suddenly woke up only to find one of the suspects grovelling on top of her. She is said to have screamed alerting other guests who rushed in to her aide. The suspects fled but were later apprehended by the local police. Bona Mugabe unwittingly reported the matter under her assumed name but her attempt to avoid being recognised is exactly what led to the story breaking. Rupali Karekar, who writes for Straits Times, received a tip off from a fellow student who has since identified Tracy as being the daughter of Zimbabwean president, Robert Mugabe. Business tycoon, Rostam Azziz Rupali Karekar approached the police seeking details about the case. The police not knowing that Tracy Guvamombe was an assumed identify released the details of the case. Only during investigations did Bonas true identity come to light. Singapore police immediately applied for an injunction barring the Straits Times from publishing the story but this was not before the journalist leaked the story to the Zimbababwean opposition, MDC. The leak was directed by email via the Prime Ministers website, zimbabweprimeminister.org. James Maridadi, the PMs spokesman, was first to read the potentially damaging email. After reading the email he is said to have contacted Nelson Chamisa, a move that angered Tsvangirai who expected to be briefed first. When Tsvangirai heard the news from Chamisa he directed that the email be immediately destroyed for fear that it could further strain the troubled GNU. During routine email maintence officials in the PM office discovered that Maridadi did not immediately delete the email but first forwarded it to close friends. Logs on Maridadis emails showed evidence that he had forwarded the emails. A livid Tsvangirai, already upset that Chamisa had been briefed before him immediately fired Maridadi. Recent reports in the press that Maridadi was being fired over a series of gaffes was clever political spin on the part of the MDC to get the media of the actual scent. MDC insiders are said to have pressed the PM to reconsider his decision on Maridadi since any such move would only give credibility to the leak if the news ended up being published. The Aristocrats source inside the Presidents office expressed ignorance of the Bona rape claim but admitted that this, given the sensitive nature, might have been deliberately kept from their view. He however confirmed that one of the presidential secretaries had been tasked with finding a suitable university in Malaysia and negotiating a course credit transfer. Grace Mugabe later reversed the decision arguing that there was no need for Bona to transfer since she was nearing the end of her course. The Mugabes are said to have simply said the consideration to move her was based on concerns that her assumed identity had been broken. The Aristocrat hopes that the MDC stands by its commitment to transparency and tells the Zimbabwean generality exactly what happened with James Maridadi.