Chaminuka Ndimambo

A military strategist, warrior, prophet, musician and a poet, Chaminuka is one

The Rhodesian Dilemma (ca. 1978)

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An episode of Firing Line with William F. Buckley Jr. featuring Rhodesian leader Bishop Abel T. Muzorewa (ca. 1978)

Tongogara was murdered on Monday (ca. 1979)

7 mins read

Josiah Tongogara was killed by his own forces in Mozambique, according to outgoing UANC Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr David Mukome. His

Roving Report: War Or Diplomacy? (ca. 1976)

1 min read

Synopsis The Rhodesian issue is now precariously balanced, with the Geneva Conference deadlocked and African guerrilla forces stepping up the war on

Goodbye Rhodesia (ca. 1979)

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Goodbye Rhodesia is a Thames Television documentary that captures the dying days of the Republic of Rhodesia in Southern Africa.

Ti Gonzi – Mufaro Kwamuri

Ti Gonzi is a renowned Zimbabwean Hip Hop artist with over ten years in the music industry. He recently released his much-awaited album ,“Hip Hop Yeku Ghetto 2”. This two-sided album features a balance of Vernacular Shona and English Rap, with tracks such as

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Reading Zimbabwe

ReadingZimbabwe is an interactive digital library and archive mapping Zimbabwe's published history

Cecil Rhodes: King of Diamonds

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Cecil John Rhodes (5 July 1853 – 26 March 1902) was a British mining magnate, and politician in southern Africa. He was prime minister of Cape Colony (1890 – 1896) and organiser of the giant diamond-mining company De Beers Consolidated Mines, Ltd.

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