It was through an advertisement from an auction company, published in the local press, that the public became aware of the auction this weekend of certain property belonging to former Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace.
There are dozens of vehicles, ranging from bulldozers to Ford Rangers, to a dairy farm.
Bidders will also be able to own combine harvesters, tractors, pickup trucks and heavy trucks this Saturday at the Mazowe farm, north of the capital, Harare said the agency Bloomberg.
The farm can no longer be profitable, because of the reduction of the contracts of supply of milk to the public schools, according to a person in charge of this structure.
Robert Mugabe ruled Zimbabwe for 37 years, before being overthrown by the army in November 2017. Under the threat of prosecution, he was forced to resign.