— Dhara Blessed Mhlanga (@bbmhlanga) September 18, 2020
To whom shall I send my Lifestyle copy? On Thursday afternoons, slightly after deadline.
Thank you for writing.
For teaching me and allowing me to express myself.
You were a peerless journalist, unassuming too.
— Mbizi (@leedzenga) September 18, 2020
Devastated to hear that journalist Godwin Muzari is no more. Not only one of our best music writers, but one with a big heart. This is him with Gogo Dembo in 2017, when our Leonard Dembo Fan Club visited her after a touching story he’d written on her. RIP Goddie ?? pic.twitter.com/mqXmeJtjmJ
— Ranga.?? (@RangaMberi) September 18, 2020
Was there something I could have said or done?
My brother #GodwinMuzari clearly masked a troubled soul. I tried to be a professional, moral and spiritual pillar. Real tragedy is that newsrooms and some families are ill-equiped to deal with mental health issues. #RIP, Godfather. pic.twitter.com/l2DHWiN6Ff
— Tichaona Zindoga (@TichZindoga) September 18, 2020
Wanga warwadziwa nei munin’ina? Ko wakashaya wekuudza here? What a waste! May Your Dear Soul Rest In Eternal Peace Godwin Muzari. An affable gentleman, gone forever! pic.twitter.com/68F4WEC6tl
— Caesar Zvayi (@caesarzvayi) September 18, 2020