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On 18 March 1975 Herbert Wilshire Chitepo was assassinated in Zambia.
He was assassinated in order to silence him, but his death became a "silent echoing voice" at the backdrop of the Zimbabwean Revolution.
His death becomes a turning point in Zimbabwean history.
Yes, Death is the inevitable, and it is a must, but why the death of Herbert Chitepo is more important than the death of other Comrades? Who wanted him dead and why? There is no single answer to this question.
It is a challenge to both historians and politicians.
His death became a jigsaw puzzle as to who killed him, why and how? This puzzle still needs to be solved.
Herbert Mandicheta joined University of Zimbabwe Disability Resources Centre as an assistant helper.
He received his B.A.
in History Classics and Religious Studies from the University of Zimbabwe.
His teaching interests include Colonial and Postcolonial Historiography rhetoric and literacy.
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