Today would have been another Soul Jah love birthday. Ex wife Bounty Lisa took time to celebrate her husband.
While many would have thought that the enigmatic dancehall artiste was not a man of means, The Sunday Mail Society can reveal that “Sauro”, as he was called by his fans, left behind a decent fortune that includes a house in Harare that was nearing completion.
He also had a residential stand and four vehicles — a Ford Explorer, Toyota Hiace, Honda Illusion and a BMW X5.
His estate is made up of an impressive haul of more than 200 unreleased songs recorded with various studios.
But two of his vehicles cannot be accounted for, and Soul Jah Love’s family, led by Caroline Musaka, is frantically trying to recover them.
Caroline is Soul Jah Love’s sister.
According to documents from the Master of High Court gleaned by this publication, veteran music promoter Partson “Chipaz” Chimbodza is currently in possession of the BMW X5.
Batsirai Nyanungo, who was friends with the late muso and is well known in the music circles, has the Honda Illusion.
The Master of High Court, Eldard Mutasa, has since separately written to the duo to surrender the vehicles.
“We are advised that you are in possession of a car (registration numbers and models withheld) belonging to the deceased. As such, it is against this background that you are advised to surrender the same within 24 hours . . . ” reads part of the letters written to Chimbodza and Nyanungo on October 8, 2021.