Joshua Nkomo Cultural Movement (JNCM) chairperson and son to the late Joshua Nkomo, Sibangilizwe, appealed to Government to have the statue of his father erected in Harare.
The National Museums and Monuments of Zimbabwe (NMMZ) in 2014 revealed that Government was working on erecting Nkomo’s statue in Harare. In December 2013, Government unveiled Nkomo’s statue in Bulawayo. Nkomo said a second statue of the late Vice President is available.
Meanwhile, JNCM will hold the late Joshua Nkomo’s centenary commemorations which have been running under the theme: “A Reflection of Ethical leadership.” The commemorations which will start on Nkomo’s birth day on June 7. A guest lecture will be held by a yet to be named Government official at the Zimbabwe Defence University. JNCM will also hold a dinner dance on June 8 before closing with a soccer match involving Highlanders and Dynamos on June 9. This will be the first time JNCM will be holding Nkomo’s commemorations outside Matabeleland region.
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Joshua Mqabuko Nyongolo Nkomo is a celebrated Zimbabwean Second Chimurenga nationalist leader. He founded a number of political movements against the settler regime with the most notable being the Zimbabwe African People's Union (ZAPU) which he founded in 1962. Affectionately known as "Father Zimbabwe", Nkomo... Read More About Joshua Nkomo
Harare formerly Salisbury is the capital of Zimbabwe. It is the seat of Government, the industrial hub and commercial centre for Zimbabwe. The city was founded by the Cecil John Rhodes-led Pioneer Column in 1890 and named Salisbury. The name was only changed to Harare... Read More About Harare
Matabeleland is a region which covers a considerable part of the south western plateau of Zimbabwe. The area is predominantly home to the Ndebele speaking Zimbabwean societies. Read More About Matabeleland