Saturday 11 May 2013

Security Force Members Killed (1977)

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Security Force Members Killed
THE members of the security forces killed in action were named by Combined Operations Headquarters last night as:

Corporal District Assistant Teddy Tshuma (29), married with four children; District Security Assistants Amos Dube (25), married with one child; Benzenie Nyati (36), married with three children, Buyisa Tshuma (31), married with two children and Herod Mpofu (37), married with one child.

Combined Operations Headquarters also reported the murder by terrorists of Guard Ephraim Ngoshi (21), single, of Goromonzi district.

Source: Rhodesia Herald November 23, 1977 newspaper, made available to ORAFs from Rob Picton (Intaf)

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