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Five Things You Probably Didn't Know About Alex Tawanda Magaisa

Five Things You Probably Didn't Know About Alex Tawanda Magaisa

Alex Tawanda Magaisa, a Zimbabwean-born University of Kent law lecturer died on Sunday in the United Kingdom where he was based. According to journalist Hopewell Chin’ono, Magaisa suffered a cardiac arrest at Margate Hospital at 10 am. Pindula News presents five things you probably didn’t know about WaMagaisa:

1). Magaisa worked at the University of Warwick, the University of Nottingham and was based at Kent Law School, the University of Kent at the time of his death on 5 June 2022. His main area of teaching and research was company and financial services law.

2). Magaisa was Chief of Staff in the office of a late former Prime Minister of Zimbabwe, Morgan Tsvangirai in the period to the July 2013 parliamentary and presidential election in Zimbabwe. 

3). He was the technical adviser to the Constitution Parliamentary Select Committee (COPAC), the organ that wrote the new Constitution of Zimbabwe in the period of the March 2013 constitutional referendum.

4). Magaisa also worked in financial services regulation, having spent three years at the Jersey Financial Services Commission (JFSC), the financial services regulator in Jersey, the international financial centre based in the Channel Islands.

5). Magaisa was born on 9 August 1975 in the then Charter DistrictRhodesia (now Chikomba DistrictZimbabwe. He grew up in both rural and urban Zimbabwe.

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Mwakusha 3 weeks ago

His Legacy lives on.

Mutadza 3 weeks ago


Gogo 3 weeks ago

Pasi hariguti chokwadi

Chamisa junior 3 weeks ago

Rest in peace .matirwadzisa mukomana 😭😭😭😭😭😭

Dirigsme 3 weeks ago

His emotional intelligence surpassed that of George Charamba by miles. He advised,analsyed & dissected political,legal & social issues impartially & forensically. These are the heroes per se. Not black belt masochists who pummel their spouses to death & spend half their lives borrowing big words from the English dictionary and spewing vitriolic language against the suffering peasantry & proletariat.

gadafi 3 weeks ago

i wil forever miss the BIG SATURDAY READS(BSR),your works enlightens your fellow zimbos mostly,none can do what you did comrade,YOU deserve to be on the national shrine if the country is normal anyway rest in peace my broh tichasangana kana Mwari atenda😭😭😭😭


Madyirapazhe 3 weeks ago

Magaisa watirwadzisa. Kupinza kweNjere dzako kwaidadisa.

ppp 3 weeks ago


Chitova 3 weeks ago

the is man was a interligent zvamashuwa

😹 3 weeks ago

nyorai neshona 😹😹😹

Tozivepiko 3 weeks ago

Ndarwadziwa Alex Magaisa wakarwa Hondo yekudzidzisa vanhu ndiani achatora chigaro chawa siya ichi. Zorora Murugare.

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