Zimbabwe Plane Crash Claims Billionaire Harpal Randhawa!

Harpal Randhawa, an Indian mining mogul, and his son died in a Zimbabwe plane crash.

The crash occurred near the Murowa Diamonds mine, partially owned by RioZim.

Their private plane experienced a technical issue, possibly leading to a mid-air explosion.

All six passengers, including Randhawa and his son, perished in the accident.

The single-engine Cessna 206 was en route from Harare to the Murowa diamond mine.

Police reported two Zimbabweans and four foreigners among the victims.

Journalist Hopewell Chinono confirmed the tragic deaths and expressed condolences.

RioZim, the mining company owned by Randhawa, is collaborating with authorities for details.

The identities of the deceased have not yet been officially disclosed.

Harpal Randhawa was the founder of GEM Holdings, a $4 billion private equity firm.