Kenny Ndlovu was a Zimbabwean liberation war veteran who died in June 2017. He was declared a liberation hero by Bulawayo Province. [1]

Kenny Ndlovu
Born 1944
Sikhobokhobo, Nkayi
Died 16 July 2017 (Age 73)
Lobengula Suburb, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe
Resting place Bulawayo Provincial Heroes’ Acre
Nationality Zimbabwean
Occupation
Spouse(s) Sithembile Nkomo

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Background

Ndlovu was born in Sikhobokhobo, Nkayi in 1944.[1] He did his primary education at Sikhobokhobo Primary School. He then proceeded to do his Standard Six in Bulawayo.[1]

Second Chimurenga

After finishing his Standard Six, Ndlovu joined the youth wing of Zapu.[1] In 1964 he went to Zambia to join the armed struggle and was selected to undergo military training. The training lasted for eight months. [1]

In 1968, he was grouped together with Umkhonto Wesizwe, the military wing of the National Congress (ANC). He later specialised in regular army intelligence security.[1]

After Independence he joined the Zimbabwe National Army. He was demobilised in 1982.


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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Andile Tshuma (June 20, 2017). "Liberation war hero Ndlovu dies". Chronicle. Zimpapers. Retrieved June 20, 2017. 

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