By A correspondent
River Valley Properties Chief Executive, Dr Smelly Dube who has been in hospital for more than a month under guard, yesterday resumed distributing food hampers to the elderly women in the Gweru after the programme was briefly halted following her arrest.
Dr Dube (52) has been incarceration since 1st of March when she was arrested while seeking medical attention at a private hospital in Gweru in connection with fraud involving the sale of state land.
Ironically her arrest came on the first day of the women’s month and she had to spend all the 30 days dedicated to women the world over in remand prison.
Her charity works were thus disrupted as she could not walk into the bank to sign for the release of funds.
A philanthropist who has caved her name in the Midlands province, Dr Dube has reportedly resumed her Philanthropic works and her company donated food hampers to 30 elderly people in Gweru.
Yesterday, the company donated the food hampers to elderly people in Mambo, Mtapa and Mkoba surbubs, some who were in tears to receive the goodies.
Dr Dube is reportedly been on life support in Hospital after she collapsed and passed out after learning of her arrest last month.
She was only discharged from hospital, recently, some 8 days after her bail was finally granted by the High Court and in her condition, had to be taken into a bank on wheelchair for her to sign for the release of funds for her charity works.