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Song inorira panofa national hero mu Zimbabwe [CLASSIC]
Even today, 2017, in Zimbabwe this is the song Tormented Soul by Matias Xavier that plays on national TV whenever a national hero dies. Enjoy, subscribe and share.

Cde Chinx: An Emotional Send off (This Video Will Touch You.)
The sad passing of Cde Chinx has indeed left a huge gap in many social, political and entertainment spheres, his music was revered across all demographic divides. Cde Chinx's music was more of inspiration and support of progress and empowerment that is the reason why it easily resonated with the masses of Zimbabwe.He may be mortal like any other human, but his music contribution and dexterity has created an immortal character that will forever be present in the Zimbabwean music fraternity .He leaves behind a visibly audible mark for the present and forthcoming generations to adore...A HERO FOR THE NATION. Music Rights: Coldplay-Everglow

Sally Mugabe buried
(3 Feb 1992) }QUOTE REF ZIMBABWE: Sally Mugabe, wife of Zimbabwe President, GS03029213 Robert, is buried at Heroes' Acre war shrine. Mrs Mugabe 3.2.92 died on 27/1 from a kidney ailment. Date Shot: 1.2.92 WTN 1.13mins GS TAPE & CASSETTE GS030292 ------------------------------------------------------------- 10:49:21 ZIMBABWE 1.2.92 GVs 'Heroes Acre': Zimbabwean Vice President, Harare Joshua Nkomo, arrives: President Joaquim Chissano, of Mozambique arrives: President Ali Hassan Mwinyi of Tanzania arrives: priests and coffin procession with Robert Mugabe behind: GS03029213 You can license this story through AP Archive: Find out more about AP Archive:

English/Nat The people of Zimbabwe had one last chance to say goodbye to Vice President Joshua Nkomo, as the 83 year old politician lay in state. Nkomo, hailed as the father of the fight against colonial rule, died from prostate cancer on Thursday (1July) after a political career spanning over 50 years. Joshua Nkomo's body was laid in state at Harare's stadium for thousands of mourners to pay their last respects. He is survived by wife Joanna. Nkomo had been at the forefront of active struggle and through his wise leadership and political acumen had contributed decisively to the liberation of Zimbabwe. SOUNDBITE: (English) "We are bereft. He left a legacy. A legacy for the whole of Zimbabwe, he was a great political leader for the nation" SUPERCAPTION: Doctor Dube, member of Nkomo' party Thousands of Zimbabweans and foreign dignitaries began arriving in Zimbabwe for the funeral of Vice President which was to take place later on Monday at the National Heroes' Acre in Harare. You can license this story through AP Archive: Find out more about AP Archive:

Justice Chigumba on forthcoming elections
Justice Chigumba on forthcoming elections

Mugabe, Tsvangirai at general's funeral, Mugabe comment
(14 Mar 2009) SHOTLIST 1. Wide of National Heroes Acre 2. Soldiers presenting arms 3. Coffin of General Vitalis Zvinavashe accompanied by serving and retired Generals 4. Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe walking behind coffin 5. Zimbabwean Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai standing on podium 6. Mugabe and Tsvangirai shaking hands 7. Mugabe and Tsvangirai sitting next to each other, chatting 8. Close up of Tsvangirai 9. Mugabe at podium 10. SOUNDBITE (Shona) Robert Mugabe, president of Zimbabwe "Fighting has got to end. We are still hearing of cases of violence in some areas, its non-sensical." 11. Mugabe at podium 12. SOUNDBITE (Shona) Robert Mugabe, president of Zimbabwe "If there are still those that think that fighting should continue, those people are now the enemies of Zimbabwe." 13. Various of Mugabe and Tsvangirai and other dignitaries at grave side You can license this story through AP Archive: Find out more about AP Archive:

Zimbabwe Heroines Laid to Rest
Thousands of Zimbabweans gathered at the National Heroes’ Acre to bid farewell to two heroines, Victoria Chitepo and Vivian Mwashita Muchicho. This became the first time in Zimbabwe’s history that two nationalists were buried at the national shrine in a single day. Originally published at -

Woman weeps for dead dog
67-year-old Gogo Martha Muparadzi of Waterfalls Harare shed tears after her dog was killed.Video produced by Timothy Maponga. Read more on

English/Nat Vice President Joshua Nkomo, the father of Zimbabwe's fight for independence from white colonial rule, has died. He was 82. Nkomo suffered from prostate cancer, and poor health forced him to largely withdraw from political life last year. Thandiwe Nkomo, Nkomo's daughter, said he died around 1:30 a-m local time at Harare's main hospital, on Thursday. Joshua Nkomo was regarded by many as the guiding light of the nation's black nationalist movement, which fought a guerrilla war against white colonial rule for nearly three decades in the former British colony of Rhodesia. But the traditional leader of the minority Ndebele tribe failed to achieve his goal of becoming the first black leader when Rhodesia became independent Zimbabwe in 1980. Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe, a longtime lieutenant of Nkomo in the nationalist movement, formed a coalition, appointing him in 1980 to the post of Home Affairs Minister in charge of police and internal security. But the alliance was short-lived. In February 1982, Mugabe accused Nkomo of plotting a coup and fired him and three ministers of his Zimbabwe African People's Union party. SOUNDBITE: (English) "I have suffered, I have worked so hard for this county, before independence, and I have worked so hard to make independence stick. And now this man turns round and calls himself a traitor. Me, a traitor- a man who has worked so hard for his county. There is no insult to beat this." SUPER CAPTION: Joshua Nkomo, Nkomo's passport was seized and he was restricted to his home city of Bulawayo in western Zimbabwe. Fighters professing loyalty to Nkomo mounted an armed rebellion. Nkomo saw his sacking as a personal act of revenge by Mugabe. SOUNDBITE: (English) "I have never done anything wrong and Robert (Mugabe) knows this. I tell you, this is for personal power. Let him stand up and deny this. He is frightened of me and my stature and is frightened that he will not win the next election. That is what he is doing- trying to smear me. It is very very sly and very dirty. You don't expect (this) of a president of a country." SUPER CAPTION: Joshua Nkomo Mugabe brutally crushed the insurrection with troops drawn mostly from his majority Shona tribe. Nkomo denied direct links with the rebels, but fled into exile by crossing the Botswana border on foot and in disguise after government troops ransacked his home and killed his driver. He returned to Zimbabwe to negotiate an end to the rebellion and in 1988 signed a peace accord with Mugabe. He rejoined the government as vice president. Joshua Mqabuko Nyongolo Nkomo was born on June 19, 1917. As a young man, he worked as a truck driver and carpenter to raise money for his education in South Africa. On returning to Rhodesia, Nkomo rose through the ranks of youth movements and labour unions to form and lead the African National Congress, the nation's first black nationalist political party, in 1952. In 1957, the African National Youth League merged with Nkomo's ANC and the new group, named the National Democratic Party, elected him president. Colonial authorities banned the NDP five years later. Nkomo reformed it as ZAPU, which was also immediately banned. But as Britain granted independence to its other African colonies in the early 1960s, rivalries in the nationalist movement erupted into violence. Nkomo, Mugabe and other black activist leaders were detained. Rhodesian Prime Minister Ian Smith declared unilateral independence from Britain in 1965 to retain white rule. Nkomo and Mugabe were to remain in detention for ten years. Those talks failed. Nkomo remained in Zambia and two years later merged his guerrilla army with Mugabe's Mozambique-based fighters under the banner of the Patriotic Front. You can license this story through AP Archive: Find out more about AP Archive:

Vharazipi on Piracy
TAKAWIRA 'PhotoVet' Dapi interviews David Mubaiwa (Sabhuku Vharazipi) and Wellington Chindara (Chairman) of Ziya Trust drama group, the producers of the drama Sabhuku Vharazipi. The duo speaks on piracy after releasing Sabhuku Vharazipi 3.

WATCH how ZNA bury and salute National Heroes at the shrine
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ZRP choral group.
ZRP choral group led by Constable Miller Phiri show casing their musical talent.VIDEO By Munyaradzi Chamalimba Edited By Timothy Maponga.

Madam Boss and Mai Titi join the nation in mourning Cde Chinx
Madam Boss and Mai Titi join the nation in mourning Cde Chinx

Caps United clash with Highlanders fans.
Caps United clash with Highlanders fans after Dominic Chungwa scored the only goal for his side at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday the 31st July 2016.

Death of Zimbabwe Chief General
In Southern Africa, one of Zimbabwe's top political power brokers, retired military chief, General Solomon Mujuru, has died in a fire at his farmhouse.

Kudzi Nyakudya - Ndiyeyu Jesu 2016
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