AL3291 :: The ZAPU/Zenzo Nkobi Oral History Project Collection

Collection No: AL3291
Title: The ZAPU/Zenzo Nkobi Oral History Project Collection
Creator: Inventory prepared by Debora Matthews
Origination: The South African History Archive
Inclusive Dates: 2010-2011
Extent: 25 audio-recordings; 25 transcripts; 21 digital photographs of interviewees
Language: English
Access Restrictions: Copyright restrictions may apply. See SAHA copyright statement.
Use Restrictions: This collection is open for research
Created: 23 April 2012
Abstract: This collection consists of audio-recordings and transcripts of interviews conducted with ZAPU survivors and other individuals portrayed in the Zenzo Nkobi images in SAHA collection AL3265 to source a more accurate and detailed analogy of events experienced by these individuals within the Zimbabwe African People's Union (ZAPU) and its armed wing the Zimbabwe People's Revolutionary Army (ZPRA) during that period, as well as their understanding of the role played by ZAPU in achieving independence in Zimbabwe. The interviewees are David Beer, Sibongile Khumalo (pseudonym), Dumiso Dabengwa, Benjamin Dube, Richard Dube, Charles Madonko, Caroline Mhlanga, Christopher Moyo, Jack Mpofu, Edward Nare, Mtshana Ncube, Longman Ndebele, Callistus Ndlovu, Moses Mzila-Ndlovu, Parks Ndlovu, Regina Ndlovu, Amos Ngwenya, Thomas Ngwenya, Meeting Nkala, Abraham Nkiwane, Zephaniah Nkomo, Percious Nleya, Grace Noko, Elingworth Poli and Cetshwayo Sithole.
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