Jethro Bruce Shasha - the father Kichi's first born
As described by his son Carlos Temwani Chima "Jethro was a multi talented character of a man. Called to be a beat maker, pace setter he journeyed through life with one sole purpose , to make music. His unparalleled standard of excellence catapulted him to great heights and saw him rub shoulders with The Who’s who of the music industry across the globe. His flamboyant flair earned him many accolades in the music arena . He fathered many children and was loved by many."
02:07 - Tin time
02:10 - Stodart Hall
Mbare’s biggest community centre, claims a high but uncelebrated place in the corridors of history. Not many people, especially younger generations, will know that it was in this emblematic building, at the outset of the Second Chimurenga (liberation war) , that nationalists met and plotted confrontation of the colonial Government.
03:16 - Zongedaba
African apostolic sect.
03:52 - Gomba
Hole or grave.
04:22 - Highfields
Highfield is the largest and second oldest high-density suburb or township in Harare, Zimbabwe built to house Rhodesians of African origin.
07:35 - Musika
Mbare Musika is the major trading market for vegetables and fruits in Mbare suburb of Harare, Zimbabwe. It acts as the distribution centre for agricultural produce in Zimbabwe. It is also the major bus station for rural bound and incoming transport.
07:55 - Fast numbers
11:00 - Magandanga
11:20 - UANC
The United African National Council (UANC) was a political party in Zimbabwe.
In 1979, led by Bishop Abel Muzorewa, the UANC Party held formal power in Zimbabwe during the short-lived period of the internal settlement. Zimbabwe (which had been called Rhodesia) was briefly known as Zimbabwe-Rhodesia during this time.
In 1980, during the Zimbabwean parliamentary election, the UANC Party was generally defeated by the Zimbabwe African National Union - Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF) Party.
11:40 - Muzorewa
Abel Tendekayi Muzorewa (14 April 1925 – 8 April 2010), also commonly referred to as Bishop Muzorewa, served as Prime Minister of Zimbabwe Rhodesia from the Internal Settlement to the Lancaster House Agreement in 1979. A United Methodist Church bishop and nationalist leader, he held office for only a few months.
12:00 - Tongogara
Josiah Tongogara (4 February 1938 – 26 December 1979) was one of several commanders operating from outside of Rhodesia's borders to free the country from white rule. In 1973 he took over command of the armed forces of the Zimbabwe African National Union from Herbert Chitepo.
12:15 - Herbert Chitepo
Herbert Wiltshire Pfumaindini Chitepo (15 June 1923 – 18 March 1975) led the Zimbabwe African National Union (ZANU) until he was assassinated on March 1975. Although his murderer remains unidentified, the Rhodesian author Peter Stiff says that a former British SAS soldier, Hugh Hind, was responsible.
13:24 - Obasanjo
(born 5 March 1937) is a Nigerian former military and political leader who served as Nigeria's military head of state from 1976 to 1979 and later as its President from 1999 to 2007. Ideologically a Nigerian nationalist, he was a member of the People's Democratic Party (PDP) from 1999 to 2015 and again from 2018 onward.
20:55 - Monomotapa Hotel
An upmarket hotel in the Harare city centre.
21:18 - Jamison Hotel
an upmarket hotel in the Harare city centre.
24:40 - Mabhunu
White people - mainly used in reference to police or oppressive white people.
25:18 - Uyu
That person in shona.
27:32 - Shingirai
Primary school in Mbare.
27:35 - George Stark
Primary school in Mbare.
28:49 - Makuwa
Common Shona words used in this episode
Chirungu - english
Murungu - white person
Varungu - white people
Inini/Ini - myself
Ma - the
Pa - at
Kuti - transition word similar to that s
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