Korekore

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Ko·re·ko·re

 (kôr′ĕ-kôr′ĕ)
n. pl. Korekore or Ko·re·ko·res
1. A member of a Bantu people inhabiting northeastern Zimbabwe.
2. The dialect of Shona spoken by the Korekore.

[Shona -korekore (as in Makorekore, the Korekore people).]
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Consequently he received a State-assisted funeral against the dissenting voices from the other ethnic groups like the Manyikas, the Ndaus and the Korekores who felt that their own liberation heroes were being sidelined.
The Korekores were also not amused by the government's failure to accord another political activist and hero of the liberation struggle, Henry Hamadziripi, also a founder of the ZANU party at its inception in 1963 even provincial hero status.