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  • #REDIRECT [[Zimbabwe African National Union - Patriotic Front (Zanu-PF)]]
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  • Here is a list of political parties in [[Zimbabwe]] and its predecessor, [[Rhodesia]]. *[[African People's Congress]]
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  • ...nal Union - Patriotic Front| [[Zimbabwe African National Union - Patriotic Front|ZANU PF]]]], Rushinga | partner = Vengesai Gondo <!-- (unmarried long-term partner) -->
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  • ...= Jeppy Jaboon, Zimbabwe African National Union - Patriotic Front, ZANU PF, Bikita South, Zimbabwean Politicians | partner = <!-- (unmarried long-term partner) -->
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  • .../07/22/zanu-pfs-firms-under-spotlight/ Zanu PF’s firms under spotlight], ''Zimbabwe Independent, Published:22 July 2005, Retrieved:12 Nov 2017''</ref> ...ished:31 March 2006, Retrieved:12 Nov 2017''</ref> by the USA and European union.
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  • ...= Raymore Machingura, [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]], [[Chipinge Central]], Zimbabwean Politicians | party [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front|ZANU PF]]
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  • ...= Irene Zindi, [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]], [[Mutasa South]], Zimbabwean Politicians | party = [[Zimbabwe African National Union - Patriotic Front|ZANU PF]]
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  • ...nal Union - Patriotic Front| [[Zimbabwe African National Union - Patriotic Front|ZANU PF]]]], Zvishavane- Shurugwi | partner = <!-- (unmarried long-term partner) -->
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  • ...= Marbel Matirangana Nkatato, [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]], Women's Quota Murehwa, Zimbabwean Politicians | party = [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]]
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  • ...was a long time critic of the [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]] political party and its leader, [[Robert Mugabe]]. He was also the younge ...in 1977 in [[Rhodesia]] before it was to attain independence and renamed [[Zimbabwe]]. The book is noted for revealing facts of infighting among the emerging b
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  • ...= Rossy Ngozi Mpofu, [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]], [[Matabeleland South Province]], Zimbabwean Politicians ...nal Union - Patriotic Front| [[Zimbabwe African National Union - Patriotic Front|ZANU PF]]]]
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  • ...= William Mutomba, [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]], [[Buhera North]], Zimbabwean Politicians | party = [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]]
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  • ...nal Union - Patriotic Front| [[Zimbabwe African National Union - Patriotic Front|ZANU PF]]]], Chipinge West, Zimbabwean Politicians | party = [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]]
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  • | birth_place = [[Masvingo]], Zimbabwe | residence = [[Masvingo]], [[Zimbabwe]].
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  • | name = Ricky Mawere-Mubvumbi<!-- include middle initial, if not specified in birth_name --> ...nal Union - Patriotic Front| [[Zimbabwe African National Union - Patriotic Front|ZANU PF]]]], Mutoko East
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  • | nationality = Zimbabwe | party = [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]]
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  • ...ration Restore Legacy]] which ousted [[Robert Mugabe]] and the [[G40 (Zanu-PF Faction)]] Faction) from power. ....co.zw/2018/10/25/factions-re-emerge-in-zanu-pf/ Factions Re-emerge In Zanu-PF? ⋆ Pindula News],'' Pindula News, published: 25 Oct 2018, retrieved: 26
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  • ...we African National Union - Patriotic Front, ZANU PF, Women's Quota Bindura-Shamva | partner = <!-- (unmarried long-term partner) -->
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  • ...ople's Union]] led by [[Joshua Nkomo]] and the [[Zimbabwe African National Union]] led by [[Robert Mugabe]]. The agreement was signed on 22 December in 1987 ...d rivalries for the support of the people and would fight each other. When Zimbabwe won independence, there was therefore need for peace between the two sides
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  • ...= Robert Mukwena, [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]], [[Chiredzi]], Zimbabwean Politicians | party = [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]]
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  • {| class="pintable" style="border-collapse:collapse" border="0" cellpadding="50" |2 Apr 2015:||Expelled from [[Zimbabwe African National Union - Patriotic Front|ZANU PF]]
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  • ...list Leaders in Zimbabwe: Who’s Who 1980], "African Nationalist Leaders in Zimbabwe: Who’s Who 1980'', (Cannon Press, Salisbury, 1980), Retrieved: 16 Novembe ...ional Democratic Party]] in '''1959''' and the [[Zimbabwe African People's Union]] in the early '''1960'''s. Internal disputes in ZAPU under [[Joshua Nkomo]
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  • ...= Tofana Zhou, [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]], [[Mberengwa North]], Zimbabwean Politicians | party = ZANU-PF
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  • ...= Zenzo Sibanda, [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]], [[Tsholotsho South]], Zimbabwean Politicians | death_cause = [[Covid-19]]
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  • | party = [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]] | partner = <!-- (unmarried long-term partner) -->
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  • The Zanu-PF Constitution is the supreme document governing the political party. ==Zanu-PF Constitution Download==
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  • ...= Leonard Chikomba, [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]], [[Gokwe Kabuyana]], Zimbabwean Politicians | party = ZANU-PF
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  • ...= Mike Gava, [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]], Mhondoro-Ngezi, Zimbabwean Politicians | party = [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]]
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  • ...politics. He was reburied in [[Zimbabwe]] on '''11 August 1981''' at the [[National Heroes Acre]] in [[Harare]].<ref name="gg">T. Brice, [http://www.galago.co. ....<ref name="af">D. Mitchell and R. Carey, [http://www.colonialrelic.com/106-2/ Jason Ziyaphapha Moyo], "Colonial Relic",retrieved:3 Jul 2014"</ref>
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  • ...Remigious Toendepi Matangira, [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]], [[Bindura South]], Zimbabwean Politicians | party = [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]]
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  • ...Holder, [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]] , [[Zvishavane-Ngesi]], Zimbabwean Politicians .../media/k2/items/cache/7a39d43acd423737f440a2b509dd494a_M.jpg Parliament of Zimbabwe]
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  • ...= Constance Tsomondo-Shamu, [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]] , Chegutu, Zimbabwean Politicians | birth_name = Constance Tsomondo-Shamu<!-- only use if different from name above -->
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  • ...hikuni, Zimbabwean politician, Zimbabwe African National Union - Patriotic Front, ZANU PF, Chimanimani West | partner = <!-- (unmarried long-term partner) -->
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  • | death_date = <!-- {{Death date and age|YYYY|MM|DD|YYYY|MM|DD}} or {{Death-date and age|death date†|birth date†}} --> ...bian government in various in capacities and also for the ruling Patriotic Front party.
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  • | alt = Aldrin Musiiwa, Zanu-Pf ...: [http://www.chronicle.co.zw/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/Hon-Musiiwa-Aldrin-12.jpg Chronicle]
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  • ...Ruvai, Zimbabwean politician, Zimbabwe African National Union - Patriotic Front, ZANU PF, Masvingo West | partner = <!-- (unmarried long-term partner) -->
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  • ...anu-PF and its leader [[Robert Mugabe]] became the first Prime Minister of Zimbabwe. [[Canaan Banana]] became the first President. ...he common roll, and [[Joshua Nkomo]]'s Zapu 24.1%. Ian Smith's [[Rhodesian Front]] got 83% of the white roll.
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  • {| class="pintable" style="border-collapse:collapse" border="0" cellpadding="50" !colspan="2" |[[File:Mutasa-00.jpg|thumb|Didymus Noel Mutasa]]
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  • ...out "File:" (or "Image:") prefix or enclosing [[brackets]] -->File:Tafanana-Zhou.jpg ...= Tafanana Zhou, [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]], [[Mberengwa North]], Zimbabwean Politicians
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  • ...= Berita Chikwama, Deputy Minister of Lands and Rural Resettlement, Zanu-Pf | nationality = Zimbabwe
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  • {| class="pintable" style="border-collapse:collapse" border="0" cellpadding="50" |2-7 Dec 2014 :|| Attends'the [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front ZANU PF]] People's Congress in [[Harare]]
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  • | nationality = Zimbabwe | party = [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]]
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  • | image = Hon-Mathuthu-Thokozile-Angela-2.jpg ...ww.chronicle.co.zw/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/Hon-Mathuthu-Thokozile-Angela-2.jpg Chronicle]
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  • | image = Hon-Madanha-Michael-2.jpg ...[http://www.chronicle.co.zw/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/Hon-Madanha-Michael-2.jpg Chronicle]
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  • | birth_place = Mhondoro, [[Zimbabwe]] | resting_place = [[National Heroes Acre (Zimbabwe)]]
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  • ...located on the western side of [[Harare]] in the Warren Park suburb. The [[National Stadium]] was then built nearby. See [[National Museums and Monuments of Zimbabwe]]. <br/>
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  • ...nd at the launch it was reported that he insulted Robert Mugabe using the F-word. He was reported to have also threatened that if anything happened to h ...s.pindula.co.zw/2017/09/20/top-10-politicians-children-money-according-acie-lumumba/Read Top 10 politicians’ children who spend “your” money accor
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  • | nationality = [[Zimbabwe]] | party = [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]]
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  • | image = No-image-available.jpg <!-- filename only, i.e. without "File:" (or "Image:") prefix | birth_place = [[Zimbabwe]]
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  • | image = BUTAU-DAVID.jpg <!-- filename only, i.e. without "File:" (or "Image:") prefix or e ...Butau, Zimbabwean politician, Zimbabwe African National Union - Patriotic Front, Mbire
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  • | partner = <!-- (unmarried long-term partner) --> ...ah Maluleke''' was a Zimbabwean nationalist that fought for the freedom of Zimbabwe.
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  • |party = [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]] ...irumhanzu Zibagwe''' constituency is located in [[Midlands Province]] of [[Zimbabwe]]. This constituency was created out of the old [[Chirumhanzu constituency]
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  • | partner = <!-- (unmarried long-term partner) --> ...ge Nyandoro''' was a Zimbabwean nationalist that fought for the freedom of Zimbabwe.
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  • | nationality = Zimbabwe | partner = <!-- (unmarried long-term partner) -->
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  • | image = File:Ziyambi ziyambi-w.jpg | party = [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]]
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  • | partner = <!-- (unmarried long-term partner) --> ...ke Sankange''' was a Zimbabwean nationalist that fought for the freedom of Zimbabwe.
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  • ...being [[M&S Syndicate]]. ZIDCO is the parent company of some companies in Zimbabwe, among them [[FBC]] Bank, [[Jongwe Printers]] and [[Catercraft]]. .../07/22/zanu-pfs-firms-under-spotlight/ Zanu PF’s firms under spotlight], ''Zimbabwe Independent, Published:22 July 2005, Retrieved:12 Nov 2017''</ref>
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  • ...a series of negotiations between the nationalist parties and the Rhodesian Front between September and December 1979.<ref name="lancaster">, [http://www.rho ...of the conflicting ideologies which existed between the minority Rhodesian Front and the above mentioned nationalist movements. These problems catapulted in
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  • | nationality = [[Zimbabwe]] | employer = Government of [[Zimbabwe]]
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  • | residence = [[Zimbabwe]] | known_for = former [[Zanu-PF]] [[Masvingo Province]] Chairman
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  • | partner = <!-- (unmarried long-term partner) --> ...uza Chizisa''' was a Zimbabwean nationalist that fought for the freedom of Zimbabwe.
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  • | partner = <!-- (unmarried long-term partner) --> ...rster Bgoni''' was a Zimbabwean nationalist that fought for the freedom of Zimbabwe.
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  • | image = Masamvu-Luke.jpg<!-- filename only, i.e. without "File:" (or "Image:") prefix or enc ...= Luke Phibion Masamvu, [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]], [[Mutasa North]], Zimbabwean Politicians
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  • | cities = Whole Zimbabwe | licensee = [[African Business Communications]]
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  • | image = 2410-2-1-MIKE-BIMHA.jpg | nationality = Zimbabwe
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  • | nationality = Zimbabwe | employer = [[Government of Zimbabwe]]
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  • | partner = <!-- (unmarried long-term partner) --> ...ey Parirewa''' was a Zimbabwean nationalist that fought for the freedom of Zimbabwe.
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  • ...ail''' is a state owned weekly newspaper publication which is popular in [[Zimbabwe]]. The paper operates under the Zimpapers brand. The Sunday Mail was first ...ployees and shareholders.<ref name="about">, [http://www.herald.co.zw/about-zimpapers/ About Zimpapers], "The Herald", published:16 Jul 2014,retrieved:1
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  • ...Zimbabwean politician, [[Movement for Democratic Change - Tsvangirayi (MDC-T)|MDC - T]], Wome's Qouta Mashonaland West | partner = <!-- (unmarried long-term partner) -->
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  • | resting_place = [[National Heroes Acre]] | nationality = Zimbabwe
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  • ...= Felix Tapiwa Mhona, [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]],[[Chikomba South]] | party = ZANU-PF
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  • ...s though email details hacked by unknown assailants and published by ''New Zimbabwe.com'' linked him to be one of the administrators of the Facebook page. ...e]].<ref>Tendai Mugabe and Lloyd Gumbo, [http://www.herald.co.zw/baba-jukwa-confesses/ Baba Jukwa confesses], 'Herald', Published: 15 May 2014, Retrieve
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  • | image = Joram-gumbo.jpg ...n = Image Via: [http://www.financialgazette.co.zw/mps-in-looting-spree/ Financial Gazette]
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  • ...987, the party merged with the [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]] (ZANU PF) after the two aparties signed the [[Unity Accord]]. The latter ...m/history/nkomoj.htm - Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo - From birth to death - Father Zimbabwe -], Published: ND, Retrieved: 7 May 2014</ref> The banned party did not sto
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  • ...o but his family snubbed this ‘offer’ and instead of being buried at the [[National Heroes Acre]], he was buried at Stanley Cemetery in [[Bulawayo]]. He was ma ...ref name="HERALD">Nduduzo Tshuma, [http://www.herald.co.zw/welshman-mabhena-dies/ Welshman Mabhena dies], ''The Herald'', published:6 October 2010,retri
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  • | partner = <!-- (unmarried long-term partner) --> ...es Mzingeli''' was a Zimbabwean nationalist that fought for the freedom of Zimbabwe.
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  • | image = Mlobiseni-bango.jpg<!-- filename only, i.e. without "File:" (or "Image:") prefix or en | partner = <!-- (unmarried long-term partner) -->
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  • | name = Tabetha Kanengoni-Malinga | alt = Tabetha Kanengoni-Malinga
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  • ...daradio.com/2014/07/15/brig-gen-bandama-national-hero/ Brig-Gen Bandama is national hero], ''Nehanda Radio'', published:15 Jul 2014,retrieved:15 Jul 2014"</ref ...d-national-hero&catid=41%3Atop-stories&Itemid=86 Brig-Gen Bandama declared national hero], ''ZBC'', published:15 Jul 2014,retrieved:15 Jul 2014"</ref>
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  • After relative economic growth between 2009 and 2012, in 2013 [[Zimbabwe]] started off into yet another economic decline. ...ributed to the victory of the [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]] (ZANU PF) in the 2013 parliamentary and presidential elections in which t
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  • ...ga, Zimbabwean politician, Movement for Democratic Change - Tsvangirai (MDC-T), Sunningdale | partner = <!-- (unmarried long-term partner) -->
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  • | alt =Ernest Kadungure, Zimbabwe Cabinet 1980 | resting_place = [[National Heroes Acre]]
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  • ...as aligned to Smith, he was declared a national hero and was buried at the national shrine. ==Chief-cum-Politician==
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  • | name = Sylvia Utete-Masango | image = Dr-Sylvia-Utete-Masango.jpg
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  • Zimbabwe Broadcasting corporation is a state controlled broadcaster in [[Zimbabwe]]. The station was established in 1980 succeeding the Voice of Zimbabwe Rhodesia which in turn has succeeded the Rhodesian Broadcasting Corporation
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  • | image = Dr-Simba-Makoni.jpg <!-- filename only, i.e. without "File:" (or "Image:") prefix or | residence = [[Zimbabwe]]
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  • '''Miss Zimbabwe''' is a beauty pageant which was officiated in 1980 replacing the [[Miss Rh ...was known as the [[Miss Tourism Zimbabwe Pageant]], it was renamed to Miss Zimbabwe.
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  • ...ert Mugabe]] and [[Arthur Mutambara]], the principles of the Government of National Unity]] ...was a coalition government between the three major political parties in [[Zimbabwe]] formed on 13 February 2009 after the signing of the Global Political Agre
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  • ...Defence]] and the leader of the Zimbabwe People's Militia, which was a para-military group which was a security mechanism meant to gather information as ...nce Variously Remembered: The Killing Of Pieter Oberholzer In July 1964], "African Studies Association", published:1997,retrieved:4 July 2014"</ref> He receiv
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  • ...unishment and discipline within ZANU PF and its military wing the Zimbabwe National Liberation Army (ZANLA). ...70.2011.602896?journalCode=cjss20#.U6PO0NxVMrw-discipline-and-punishment-in-zanla Discipline and Punishment in ZANLA: 1964–1979], "Routledge", publish
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  • | nationality = Zimbabwe | employer = Zanu-PF
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  • | partner = <!-- (unmarried long-term partner) --> '''Tose Sansole''' is a Zimbabwe politician who is Member of Parliament for [[Hwange East]] constituency. He
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  • | partner = <!-- (unmarried long-term partner) --> ...ziramasanga''' was a Zimbabwean nationalist that fought for the freedom of Zimbabwe.
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  • | partner = <!-- (unmarried long-term partner) --> ...wisani Moyo''' was a Zimbabwean nationalist that fought for the freedom of Zimbabwe.
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  • ..."File:" (or "Image:") prefix or enclosing [[brackets]] -->File:Lazarusnkala-239x300.png | partner = <!-- (unmarried long-term partner) -->
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  • ...She is a staunch member of the [[Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front]] (ZANU PF) ...http://nehandaradio.com/2011/02/16/list-of-people-removed-from-eu-sanctions-list/ List of people removed from EU sanctions], ''Nehanda Radio'', publishe
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  • | nationality = Zimbabwe | employer = Government of [[Zimbabwe]]
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  • | partner = <!-- (unmarried long-term partner) --> ...Ngcebetsha''' was a Zimbabwean nationalist that fought for the freedom of Zimbabwe.
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  • | partner = <!-- (unmarried long-term partner) --> ...on Samkange''' was a Zimbabwean nationalist that fought for the freedom of Zimbabwe during the time leading to the [[Second Chimurenga]].
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