Chifombo to Zambezi: Death before death
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Chifombo to Zambezi: Death before death

LAST week, Cde Gomba Midson Mupasu, whose Chimurenga name was Cde Norman Bethune, narrated how…

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Revolutionary teachings from Chairman Mao
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Revolutionary teachings from Chairman Mao

COMRADE Gomba Midson Mupasu, born 6 March 1942, whose Chimurenga name was Cde Norman Bethune,…

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Tsvangirai: A legacy embedded in contradiction
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Tsvangirai: A legacy embedded in contradiction

Richard Mahomva Mr Tsvangirai’s last days of re-joining the aged pieces of the opposition ahead…

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At Chimoio, my sister’s death became a small matter
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At Chimoio, my sister’s death became a small matter

IT’S very possible that since we started publishing interviews with Cde Noel Museredza whose Chimurenga…

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How we massacred 20 Rhodesian soldiers
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How we massacred 20 Rhodesian soldiers

LAST week, Cde Noel Museredza whose Chimurenga name was Cde Ignatius Dzvotsvotsvo spoke about how…

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How Rhodesian forces burnt three comrades
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How Rhodesian forces burnt three comrades

COMRADE Noel Museredza whose Chimurenga name was Cde Ignatius Dzvotsvotsvo joined the liberation struggle in…

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‘I wish I could do something for Gogo’
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‘I wish I could do something for Gogo’

AT the end of last month, we published interviews by Gogo Taripiwa Shawu whose responsibility…

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I fought the war with my cooking stick
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I fought the war with my cooking stick

LAST week, Gogo Taripiwa Shawu narrated how in the early 1970s she was given the…

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Feeding, bathing Mbuya Nehanda
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Feeding, bathing Mbuya Nehanda

In May 2016, we published an interview where Cde Julian Maodza Murenga Mukomawashe claimed that…

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General Tongogara, the dancing Father
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General Tongogara, the dancing Father

LAST week, the King George VI Barracks, which house the Zimbabwe National Army and Air…

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Formation of Patriotic Front
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Formation of Patriotic Front

DUE to circumstances beyond our control, over the last three publications we were not able…

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‘We killed sellouts mercilessly’
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‘We killed sellouts mercilessly’

When we started the series of interviews with Cde David Todhlana (born Chrispen Tapfuma Mataire)…

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‘How I dumped Zapu for Zanu’
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‘How I dumped Zapu for Zanu’

Comrade Chrispen Tapfuma Mataire (born February 24, 1945 in Chivhu), whose Chimurenga name was Cde…

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When discrimination entered the struggle
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When discrimination entered the struggle

Comrade Chrispen Tapfuma Mataire (born February 24, 1945 in Chivhu), whose Chimurenga name was Cde…

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How Pres Mugabe survived assassination in Gutu
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How Pres Mugabe survived assassination in Gutu

For the past four editions, Comrade Kenny Constantine Mabuya, whose Chimurenga name was Cde Kenny…

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