Gukurahundi Massacre

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Digging up the graves of Gukurahundi graves – and burying the evidence

Exhumations of Gukurahundi graves risk destroying vital clues about the extent of the massacre and who was responsible

Zimbabwe begins exhuming victims of Gukurahundi massacre

The targets were mainly from the Ndebele ethnic group, perceived as backing a rival to Mugabe, who is from the majority Shona group

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We dare not speak its name

Living with ghosts of Gukurahundi

Twenty-thousand Zimbabweans were slaughtered in a brutal purge of Mugabe’s perceived opponents. Mnangagwa played a role in organising the crackdown

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