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Transcript of interview with Zakhele Ndebele

Theme: Recruitment

Call Number: B12
Identifier: AL3291_B12
Title: Transcript of interview with Zakhele Ndebele
Date: 01 March 2011
Subject: Cadres;
Disabled people;
Freedom Camp;
Longman Ndebele;
Military attacks;
Nampundwe Camp;
Zakhele Ndebele;
Zimbabwe African Liberation Army - ZANLA;
ZAPU through Zenzo Nkobi's lens;
Zimbabwe African People Union - ZAPU;
Zimbabwe People's Revolutionary Army - ZPRA
Description: This is a transcript of the interview with Zakhele Ndebele, conducted by Mary Ndlovu on 1 March 2011 for the South African History Archive (SAHA) as part of the Zenzo Nkobi oral history project. Disabled as a result of the attack on Freedom Camp, Longman Ndebele gives a lengthy and detailed interview about traveling to Botswana and time spent at Nampundwe, including a description of the attack on Freedom Camp in which he was injured and permanently disabled. He subsequently became a teacher of disabled cadres within Zimbabwe, and talks of his return to Zimbabwe in 1980 and attacks on the camp of ZPRA disabled persons by ZANLA in 1981. The interview was transcribed by Mary Ndlovu. Included in SAHA virtual exhibition - 'ZAPU through Zenzo Nkobi's lens', 2012
Creator: Mary Ndlovu (interviewer and transcriber); Zephaniah Nkomo (interviewer); Longman Ndebele (interviewee)
Type: Transcript
Format: Access copy - PDF
Preservation copy - PDF/A
Source: SAHA collection AL3291
Relation: AL3265
Language: English
Coverage: Zimbabwe, Botswana
Rights: The South African History Archive (SAHA)
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