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Chimvukela TV

Was the ZAPU/ZANU Split Ethnically Motivated? Cdes Chigwendere & Chizengengeni Opine.

In this clip, Munyaradzi Huni asks Chimurenga/Umvukela War Veterans Ignatius Chigwendere and Tobias Chizengeni about the split of ZANU from ZAPU, and whether the ethnic element with which the parties became associated was present in the beginning.

Watch the full interview here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ns1cWMhLZq8 (This specific section begins at about the one-hour mark in the video.)

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Growing up with the Struggle (pt 1): Interview with Cdes.Chizengeni and Chigwendere

Happy New Year!

In this video (first part of a 2-part series), our host Munyaradzi Huni talks to Tobias Chizengeni and Ignatius Chigwendere, who both joined the struggle for independence in their youth and stuck with it through and through. In this segment, they talk about joining the movement, their parents’ reaction, going overseas for training, the formation of ZAPU and the eventual ZANU split, among other ruminations from the Second Chimurenga/Umvukela.

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The Birth & Evolution of African Nationalist Movements in Southern Rhodesia- Jane Ngwenya Explains

In this clip, freedom fighter and ZAPU stalwartJane Lungile Ngwenya (MSRIP) explains the evolution of African nationalist organizations in Southern Rhodesia, beginning with the Southern Rhodesian ANC, right through to ZANU & ZAPU, also describing how she met other icons of the Second Chimurenga/Umvukela.

You can watch the full interview here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b27tPZO1k9E&t=13s

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The Jane Lungile Ngwenya Interview

Chimvukela TV is collaborating with many individuals and organizations in documenting Chimurenga/Umvukela 2 history.

In 2018, Pathisa Nyathi sat down with iconic ZAPU freedom fighter and the first Deputy Minister of Labor, Manpower and Social Protection during in an independent Zimbabwe, Jane Lungile Ngwenya.

The interview was conducted by Ibhaysikopo Film Project (Priscilla Ncube) as part of a series of interviews that were done on Reverend Ndabaningi Sithole. There are, however, several autobiographical nuggets that Ngwenya drops that makes this an especially riveting interview.

Jane Lungile Ngwenya passed away on August 5, 2021. May she rest in power.

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