Former ZAPU Member Charles Madonko Has Died
Former ZAPU member Charles Madonko has died aged 83. The news of his death was posted on social media by Bulawayo-based journalist, Zenzele Ndebele.
Ndebele, however, did not reveal the cause and place of death. He tweeted:
Former ZAPU member Charles Madonko has died.He was 83. During Gukurahundi ZANU confiscated Madonko’s cattle from his farm in Figtree. Some MK fighters used his farm as a hide out during Gukurahundi.Feedback
In his interview with Zenzo Mkobi in 2012 on ZAPU membership in Zambia, Charles Madonko said that his role as a ZAPU member in 1960s was recruiting and raising funds on the Copperbelt, and as a student in Hungary and Lusaka.
He also mentions his role as a farmer growing food for camps and assisting in caching weapons and identifying the location of Mkushi Camp.
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Madonko was the Resident Director of Nuanetsi Ranch which he was was left in charge of by the late Father Zimbabwe Dr Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo.
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