THE FOREIGN-BASED Zimbabwean pair of Bruce Kangwa and bustling forward Francisco Zvikumbawire are now proud owners of houses in Bulawayo’s high density suburbs of Pumula and Magwegwe respectively.
The duo reportedly made some rich pickings following their recent moves to Tanzania’s topflight club Azam FC.
Speaking to B-Metro Sport, the players’ manager George Deda said he was happy the two Warriors players invested wisely.
“Football is a very short career and I must. I am happy that Kangwa and Zvikumbawire are now proud owners of houses in Bulawayo. We had to engage services of professional people and professional companies in Bulawayo to help these youngsters buy their houses,” said Deda who was however, not keen on revealing how big the houses that the two Bulawayo bred players bought are.
“The paperwork has been done and Zvikumbawire who is currently on trials in Qatar might turn out to be the luckiest person if he does happen to clinch a deal there. Clubs in Qatar do pay well,” he added.
The duo joins Zimbabwe football wonder boy Kudakwashe Mahachi who soon after landing the Mamelodi Sundowns deal bought a big house in Bulawayo’s high density suburb of Cowdray Park.
Ex-Warriors captain Benjani Mwaruwari is one of the many Zimbabwe’s sports personalities who are known to have invested in real estate during his playing days that saw him rock South Africa, Switzerland, France and England.