In a bid to end hostilities, the British stepped in and invited Bishop Muzorewa
(representing his party, the United African National Council), the PF leadership represented by Mugabe and Nkomo, and the Ian Smith between August 1-7, 1979 in London.
To this day, Mapfumo's decision to play for Muzorewa
's rally remains controversial--at the time, many believed he had sold out.
In Zimbabwe, the Western countries preferred Bishop Abel Muzorewa
. Many attempts were made to assassinate Robert Mugabe even after the signing of the Lancaster House Agreement in 1979.
Why the African National Congress had to be a multiracial party in 1957 is not explained, nor is the selection of Bishop Abel Muzorewa
as leader of the African National Council in 1971.
African Christian Theology, which is largely shaped by African tribal traditions, places a great deal of emphasis on community as a context for theological beliefs (Muzorewa
In other words, literature becomes relevant if it can deal with the people's "daily struggle for the right and security to bread, shelter, clothes and song." Muzorewa
, the liberation theologian, buttresses this point:
I said I didn't know who Cranston Muzorewa
was, and therefore felt I couldn't be his friend.
For instance, the likes of Ndabaningi Sithole, Robert Mugabe, Joshua Nkomo, Abel Muzorewa
and Ian Smith are a case in point.
The country was renamed Zimbabwe Rhodesia with Bishop Abel Muzorewa
as Prime Minister.
Blacks represented at the Geneva meeting included ZAPU leader Joshua Nkomo, ZANU leader Robert Mugabe, United African National Council (UANC) chairman bishop Abel Muzorewa
, and former ZANU leader Rev.
(34) This draws its parallelism with Gwinyai Muzorewa
After the latest raid into Mozambique by jets and commandos, Bishop Abel Muzorewa
's military command revealed that Mozambique troops had been killed in considerable numbers