The Deputy Minister for Defence and War Veterans Affairs, Victor Matemadanda, has returned to work after reports which suggested he was has been unwell since the 1S of November 2020.
The ZANU PF political commissar was at some point last week hospitalised following a sudden illness amid reports that he had been poisoned.
Matemadanda toured Harare Central Business District (CBD) on foot, interacting with Hararians listening to their concerns.
He was accompanied by ZANU PF provincial chairman, Goodwills Masimirembwa.
His appearance follows a statement by the ruling party ZANU PF which indicated that Matemadanda’s sudden illness was accompanied by itchiness of eyes, sweating profusely, swelling of the body and vomiting badly, resulting in him rushing for medical attendance.