Former Minister Moyo Calls Out Mugabe on 1980s Massacre
Former Zimbabwe education minister Jonathan Moyo has said Robert Mugabe's claim that the Ndebele people were responsible for the Gukurahundi atrocities is wrong. The massacre remains the darkest period in the country's post-independence history, when thousands of civilians were killed by Mugabe's feared Fifth Brigade. No one has accepted the blame, but the recent release of historical documents has shed new light on those responsible.
Former education minister Jonathan Moyo (file photo).
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