ZAPU


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ZAPU

(ˈzæpuː)
n acronym for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Zimbabwe African People's Union
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During the 1960s, especially after a faction of ZAPU broke away to form ZANU, Msipa portrays himself as the bridge between ZAPU and ZANU even though he was a member of ZAPU.
Las dos guerrillas desarrollaron areas regionales de operacion, identificadas con un grupo cultural linguistico especifico: la ZAPU con los ndebele y la ZANU con los shona.
43) A future ZAPU adherent, political activist, and Rhodesian prisoner, Dizha narrated how his observation of colonial land policies in his rural home of Seke shaped his ideas about white minority rule in Rhodesia.
These were won by ZAPU, which changed the country's name to Zimbabwe.
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.
O ZANU-PF tambem recebeu forte golpe quando, no dia 16 deste mes, o ZAPU se retirou oficialmente do Acordo de Uniao de 1987, embora alguns dos membros originais se mantiveram no ZANU-PF.
and British governments then reneged and demanded new elections that not only included Mugabe and Nkomo, but allowed their ZANU-PF (Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front) and ZAPU (Zimbabwe African People's Union) guerrillas back into the country as well.
Mugabe's lust for power and disdain for his people first manifested itself with a brutal purge on coalition partner Joshua Nkomo and his ZAPU party.
I went into Ian Smith's Southern Rhodesia in the mid-'60s with Joshua Nkomo's ZAPU guerrillas, to write an article for Foreign Affairs.
That southwestern province formed the base of support for ZAPU, an
Shortly after, Mugabe sent the army into Matabeleland province to crush ZAPU aspirations and suspected remnants of ZIPRA.
For several months he spent time each day in the ZAPU controlled JZ Moyo camp where 10,000 boys between eight and 18 were based.