Nkomo may refer to:

  • John Nkomo, a Zimbabwean politician
  • Joshua Nkomo, a Zimbabwean nationalist
  • Nkwenkwe Nkomo, an anti-apartheid student activist in the 1970s
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Southern Rhodesia African National Congress - = The NDP, ZAPU and The "mother of All Splits To Form ZANU in 1963
... African National Congress, Chikerema and Nyandoro became members while still detained, and Nkomo came on as president on 28 November 1960 ... banned, only to be replaced shortly thereafter by ZAPU, which was led by Nkomo, and then ZANUa splinter group from ZAPU largely on ethnic grounds, which was led by Ndabaningi Sithole, and ... and Mugabe became Prime Minister of the newly liberated nation of Zimbabwe in 1980.Dr Joshua Nkomo became the 1st Minister of Home Affairs in 1980 up until ZANU under ...
Leopold Takawira - National Democratic Party
... the post of President, but lost the contest Joshua Nkomo ... One of Nkomo's first acts was to appoint Takawira as his replacement as Director of International Relations (based in London) ... In 1961 Takawira sent a strongly worded cable to Joshua Nkomo condemning the acceptance by the NDP delegation of the proposals for constitutional change ...
John Nkomo - Political Career
... Nkomo was a member of Joshua Nkomo's Zimbabwe African People's Union (ZAPU) before the party merged with Robert Mugabe's Zimbabwe African National Union (ZANU) to create ... Nkomo, who had previously served as Minister of Home Affairs, was moved to the position of Minister of Special Affairs in the President's Office in a cabinet reshuffle on August 25, 2002 ... In November 2006, while serving his term as the Speaker of Parliament, John Nkomo shocked many people declaring his intention to seek the candidature for ZANU-PF for the next presidential election ...
Air Rhodesia Flight 825 - Incident - Nkomo Claims Responsibility, But Denies Killing Survivors
... Nkomo claimed responsibility for the attack in an interview with BBC television on the evening of 3 September 1978, laughing as he did so, to the horror of most Rhodesian viewers, both black ... Nkomo said he regretted the deaths as it was not his party's policy to kill civilians, and denied that his men had killed any survivors on the ground by contrast ... human rights speaker who wrote a history of ZAPU, Nkomo was implying that responsibility for the massacre actually lay with security force pseudo-guerrillas, more specifically the mixed race Selous Scouts unit ...

Famous quotes containing the word nkomo:

    All I’m trying to do is not join my ancestral spirits just yet.
    —Joshua Nkomo (b. 1917)