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THE late former Vice-President Dr Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo was a nationalist who changed the face of Zimbabwean politics, social and economic life, having made immense contributions to the country through various projects but none of them are as symbolic as Nuanetsi Ranch in Mwenezi. ...

The late Father Zimbabwe’s bullet-proof Mercedes Benz on display at the museum MATSHEUMHLOPE low-density suburb is one of Bulawayo’s oldest low density residential areas and during its prime may have been one of the preferred suburban areas in the city, perhaps because of its serene environment underlined by tweeting birds and luxurious vegetation. ...

“I FIRST saw him in 1980, when I was just about seven years old. I remember he asked us whether we knew him and the answer was an obvious ‘yes’. When he asked where we knew him from, he burst out in laughter after we told him that we knew him from television.” ...

THE first day of July every year is a special day for Zimbabwe as the nation unites to celebrate the life of a revolutionary, nationalist, liberation war luminary and unifier, the late Vice-President of Dr Joshua Nkomo,. ...

MOST of our fighting was with small arms and simple weapons. The AK rifle became every young man’s dream-stubby and reliable, it was far better than the long Nato rifle carried by the Rhodesians forces. Transporting heavy weapons through the Rhodesian air cover was terribly risky, and it was rare that ...

CDE Fredrick Mutandah was the head of the late Vice-President Dr Joshua Nkomo’s close security unit that provided security to the veteran nationalist around the clock during the armed struggle and continued working with him after Independence. As part of a series to commemorate the 16th anniversary ...

“I HAVE never abandoned hope that I might contribute to a reasonable solution to our national problems, by discussion rather than by confrontation. Sometimes it looks as though progress is possible; sometimes I have to fight back despair.” ...

IT has been 36 years since it happened but Retired Colonel Thomas Ngwenya remembers it like yesterday — it is the day he personally saved late Vice-President Dr Joshua Nkomo and other senior Zipra and PF-Zapu officials from a bomb attack by the Rhodesian forces. ...

Ambassador Simon Khaya Moyo THIS week on 1 July 2015 we mark the 16th anniversary of the death of Father Zimbabwe — Umdala Wethu, Dr Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo. He pioneered the liberation struggle for the total freedom of the African people, having led various liberation movements until final victory. He was ...

THERE is no doubt that Zimbabwe is among the top destinations for investors as most of its sectors still have huge potential which can bring returns to any serious investor. ...