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Nkomo

Joshua. 1917--99, Zimbabwean politician; coleader, with Robert Mugabe, of the Patriotic Front (1976--80) against the government of Ian Smith in Rhodesia; minister (1980--82; 1988--99) and vice-president (1990--96).
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The narrative of the liberation war and independence written by Chater in 1988 is conspicuously silent on the part played by ZAPU, led by Joshua Nkomo, in the struggle for independence.
But he has played a helpful role over the past week or so both in bringing together the forces of the two sides and in establishing the foundation for a coalition between Mr Nkomo, Bishop Muzorewa and the Whites, He will be aware of the grave consequences of any action to overturn the election results; and it is unlikely that he has any firm assurances of South African support.
As Mr Nkomo was granted a week's stay in London after flying in yesterday, British Ministers were officially resisting any involvement in the dispute.
Zimbabwe's NewsDay newspaper reported that in recent years, Mugabe has lost many member of his government including Vice-Presidents Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo, Simon Muzenda, Joseph Msika and John Landa Nkomo.
The Daily Star got together to chat with Mkhaya Ndlovu, Nqo Nkomo and Guggenbichler about their project.
All paths seem to lead to powerful property developer Robert Nkomo Borel (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje).
All paths lead to powerful property developer, Robert Nkomo Borel (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje).
All paths seem to lead to a powerful property developer, Robert Nkomo Borel (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje).
L'Algerie a appris [beaucoup moins que]avec une profonde affliction la triste nouvelle de la disparition de John Landa Nkomo, deuxieme vice-president de la republique du Zimbabwe, un des vaillants enfants de ce pays frere auquel il a voue sa vie a son service, apres avoir lutte pour son independance et contre toutes formes de repression et de discrimination[beaucoup plus grand que], a ecrit M.
JOHANNESBURG (CyHAN)- Zimbabwean vice president John Nkomo has passed away today Thursday in South Africa, Reuters reported.
L'ancien capitaine des Lions Indomptables du Cameroun (1984), a ete inhume samedi 15 decembre 2012 a la Chefferie de Nkomo dans l'arrondissement de Yaounde IV.
Nicknamed "Crocodile" for his ability to inflict terrible injuries, it is claimed he played a major role in slaughtering 20,000 supporters of Mugabe rival Joshua Nkomo in the 1980s.