July 1, 2019 is the 20th anniversary of the death of Joshua Nkomo, who served as vice pesident under Robert Mugabe from 1987 to 1999.
Nation Marks 20 Years Since Death of Joshua Nkomo
The Herald, 1 July 2019
Zimbabweans have been urged to attend in their numbers the seventh edition of Joshua Nkomo Commemoration Day to be held at Mahomva Shopping Centre in Mpopoma, Bulawayo, today. Read more »
Joshua Nkomo in 1978.
SK Moyo Pays Tribute to Father of Zimbabwe
Late Vice President and founding nationalist Dr Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo was a national leader who played a leading role in fostering unity in the country. Read more »
The late celebrated liberation war commander Josiah Tongogara was killed by people linked to former president Robert Mugabe for openly supporting Mugabe's then arch-rival Joshua ... Read more »
Nigeria's former president Olusegun Obasanjo has said he wanted Zimbabwe's former president Robert Mugabe and his political opponent Joshua Nkomo to kill each other - "I had them ... Read more »
The government will renovate the late former vice president Joshua Nkomo's house in Bulawayo as part of its policy to preserve cultural sites and promote domestic tourism. Nkomo, ... Read more »
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