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Maurice Nyagumbo
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Allison & Busby; 1St Edition edition (June 26, 1980)
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During his time in detention he wrote a book, With the People: An Autobiography From the Zimbabwe Struggle, which was published soon after independence (Allison & Busby, 1979).

Tapfumaneyi Maurice Nyagumbo (12 December 1924 – 28 April 1989) was a Zimbabwean politician. During his time in detention he wrote a book, With the People: An Autobiography From the Zimbabwe Struggle, which was published soon after independence (Allison & Busby, 1979). He associated with Joshua Nkomo and James Chikerema, and they were arrested together in 1964. Nyagumbo was elected to the House of Assembly in 1980.

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Allison & Busby, 1980 - 248 sivua. Allison & Busby, 1980. Mitä ihmiset sanovat - Kirjoita arvostelu. Yhtään arvostelua ei löytynyt. Preface by John Conradie. Alkuperäisteoksen sijainti. Michiganin yliopisto.

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an autobiography from the Zimbabwe struggle. Published 1980 by Allison & Busby in London. Biography, Cabinet officers, Nationalists, Political prisoners, Politics and government. 1965-1979, 1979-1980, 1980-.

Maurice Nyagumbo, who was Zimbabwe’s senior political affairs minister until his resignation last week over an. .In 1980 he published an autobiography whose credo was: ‘Some of us must remain to be with the people, even if it means to be in jail with them

Maurice Nyagumbo, who was Zimbabwe’s senior political affairs minister until his resignation last week over an illegal car deals racket, has died in hospital after taking poison. In 1980 he published an autobiography whose credo was: ‘Some of us must remain to be with the people, even if it means to be in jail with them. Undoubtedly he was a courageous man, prepared to suffer for his beliefs.

Maurice Nyagumbo, With the People: An Autobiography from the Zimbabwean Liberation Struggle, Allison & Busby, London, Resolution: Global 1980Google Scholar. Didymus Mutasa, Rhodesian Black Behind Bars, Mowbrays, London, 1974. 38. David Arnold, The Self and the Cell: Indian Prison Narratives as Life Histories, in David Arnold and Stuart Blackburn (ed., Telling Lives in India: Biography, Autobiography, and Life History, Indiana University Press, Bloomington, 2004, p. 4. oogle Scholar. Nyagumbo was born in Makoni near Rusape, and had his primary education at St Faith Anglican Mission and St Augustine's Penhalonga. During his time in detention he wrote a book, With the People: An Autobiography From the Zimbabwe Struggle, which was published soon after independence (Allison & Busby, 1979), he associated with Joshua Nkomo and James Chikerema, and they were arrested together in 1964.

and neither does the book try to do this. With the People: An autobiography from the Zimbabwe. Zimbabwean history has always been influenced and, indeed, shaped by extra-. territorial influences, including its very ‘peopling’ by the various ethnic groupings. that now make up its population.

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Kenya Literature Bureau. Maurice Nyagumbo, With the people: an autobiography from the Zimbabwean struggle, ISBN 086921019X, 1980.