Several government and senior Zanu PF officials have joined the Chiyangwa family and friends in paying their condolences to the late businessman and famed music promoter, James Chiyangwa who passed away this Saturday at West End Clinic in Harare.
Earlier on Sumday, Media, Information and Publicity Minister, Cde Webster Shamu visited the home of the late Chiyangwa to offer his condolences.
Local Government, Rural and Urban Development Minister, Dr Ignatius Chombo also visited the Highfields residence of the late businessman and music promoter to pay their respects.
Politburo member, Cde Tendai Savanhu, who is also the lateâ€™s uncle said Jimmy Jimalo will be remembered for his tenacity in business circles, adding that the nation has been robbed of a contributor to the indigenisation cause.
According to family spokesperson, Mr Phillip Chiyangwa, the late Jimmy Jimalo will be buried at his rural home in Zvimba on Wednesday.
Born in Chegutu in 1964, Jimmy Jimalo was educated at St Francis High school.
He moved to Harare in the 80s were he operated his first bottle store in Seke.
He earned acclaim as a bus operator and in entertainment circles as a music promoter.Â
He is survived by his wife, Agnes and five children.
Mourners are gathered at house number 4282 old Highfield in Harare.