Mr. Temba Magorimbo
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About Mr. Temba Magorimbo
Temba Magorimbo was born on 09 August 1966, Tuesday in the then Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) in Gwelo (then) now Gweru. His father was a British South Africa Police (BSAP) officer from 1960 to 1977 while his mother was a housewife. He grew up circulating Gwelo's police camps like Mkoba, Mutapa, Old Camp and Monomutapa as the family moved residences until he started school in 1973 at Bumburwi Primary in Mkoba for a term. The family moved to Senga from 2nd term 1973 until he concluded his primary education in 1979. He did his high school briefly (two weeks) at Nashville High in Gweru before moving to Ascot in 1980 until 1983. He is currently married to Itayi with whom they have two daughters. He is a government bursar since 1989.
Titles By Mr. Temba Magorimbo
There is a young lady called Judith in love with Wallace. But why does a man dump a young and lovely wife hundreds of kilometres away in a rural enclave where the facilities are just basic for two years almost. She loses her pregnancy. Years later who is responsible when she falls pregnant in the absence of Wallace? Judith’s daughter is called Ndanatsiwa. She grows to cause a family circus and furore. Later on she is into her early thirties and unmarried when she meets Richmond. She worries about Richmond’s past.
One of Kangira’s blood brothers has a son who likes to remind Richmond that he is out of contention in the family will. Ndanatsiwa has a relative or a friend who is spilling out all the beans each time she has a serious date who starts considering marriage. She consoles her misfortunes in her friend Lydia Shashe who is a ravishingly beautiful nursing sister with a degree. Ndanatsiwa is a legal practitioner. Ndanatsiwa falls out with Richmond. There is a party, someone has had too much to drink and they berate Richmond on his bachelor status at his age and that he is not of the Kangira family, he was adopted. The cats fly out of the bag and the skeletons out of the closets. Another drunkard pin points the paternal and maternal side of Richmond.
What a firework?
Now that Richmond knows his past and Ndanatsiwa stumbles on her paternity, will it change their future?
Roxanne has speed and charm with a heavier body built than Muriel. She towers over her rival yet she has the farm grown elegance and style that separates her from the urban folk. Though she is plain to attractive without being an eye spotter for the men, she has charm and elegance. She is a simple and true girl. Roxanne is disappointed that yet another Christmas has come and snow too without any change to her disrupted dating pattern. She is upstairs looking out into the winter depths at night when she sees lights careering, spinning and then she thinks a vehicle has landed in the lake. She speeds towards the scene. She has the speed, timing and agility of a race driver though she is a systems engineer at British Telecom. She yanks Hubert out of the water. He is her family’s present for Christmas as her father insists he has to spend Christmas with him to atone for his tractor.
Who will win Hubert’s heart between the two girls and why has it to be 8 120-kilometres away to decide in the midst of one million five hundred thousand hectares of wild land?