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Mark Henry Heathcote Partridge (23 November 1922 – 13 December 2007) was the Minister of Lands and Natural Resources of Rhodesia. He lived in Greendale, Harare and won 79.3% of the vote in Greendale in the 1977 general election.

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MARK GURR Zimbabwe tennis player

Mark Gurr (born February 18, 1966) is a retired tennis player from Zimbabwe, who represented his native country as a qualifier at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea. There he lost in the first round of the men’s singles competition to Spain’s Sergio Casal. He lost in the …

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LINCOLN ZVASIYA Zimbawe Footballer

Lincoln Zvasiya (born 25 February 1991) is a Zimbabwean professional footballer, who plays as a defender for ZPC Kariba and the Zimbabwe national team. CAREER Club Born in Harare, Zvasiya began his career with the Aces Youth Soccer Academy. After leaving Aces Youth he joined his first senior club when …

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LEONARD ZHAKATA Zimbabwe singer

leonard Karikoga Zhakata (born 10 February 1968) is a Zimbabwean musician and singer. He writes and performs songs mainly in his native Shona tongue. Zhakata, who adorns trademark glittering outfits, is best known for his hits Hupenyu Mutoro, Batai Mazwi and “Gomba Remarara”. However, it was his 1994 smash hit …

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JOSEPH KABWE Zimbabwe footballer

Joseph Kabwe (born August 8, 1980 in Bulawayo) is a Zimbabwean footballer who last played for Carolina RailHawks in the USSF Division 2 Professional League. CAREER College and Amateur Kabwe began his collegiate career at Lindsey Wilson College in the NAIA where he was a 2003 second team All American. …

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JONAH SITHOLE Zimbabwe musician

Jonah Sithole (1952–1997) was a Zimbabwean guitarist, vocalist and composer, known particularly for the mbira-inspired style known as mbira-guitar or chimurenga music. EARLY LIFE Jonah Sithole was born in the province of Masvingo and grew up in the mining town of Zvishavane (formerly Shabani), where his older brother worked as …

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JESSIE MAJOME Zimbabwe politician

Jessie Fungayi Majome (born 20 December 1971) is the Member of the National Assembly of the Parliament of Zimbabwe on an MDC T ticket elected 1st in 2008 and then in 2013. She is Chairperson of its Portfolio Committee on Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs. She is a member of …

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IAN GOROWA Zimbabwe footballer and manager

Ian Kuziva Gorowa (born 16 November 1971, in Rusape) is a former Zimbabwean footballer, formerly managing South African Premier Soccer League side Moroka Swallows. PLAYING DAYS Ian ‘Dibango’ Gorowa came to South Africa after playing for Dynamos and Black Rhinos in his native country. He joined the now defunct Cape …

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JOHN MCPHUN Zimbabwe cricketer

John David McPhun (born September 8, 1940 in Salisbury, Rhodesia) was a first-class cricketer who played for Rhodesia in the Currie Cup. McPhun struggled early in his career, making just 147 runs from his first eight first-class matches, with a highest score of 39. After a  2 1⁄2-year absence he …

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