In life and death a uniting figure: Francis Nyamhuka (1952-2019)


The two nations were called Bechuanaland and Rhodesia when Francis Nyamhuka was born 67 years ago to a Motswana mother and a Shona father.

Last Saturday I joined a few hundred mourners to celebrate Francis Nyamhuka’s life and entomb his body at Zororo Cemeteries in the Zengeza area of Harare, Zimbabwe.

A teacher by profession, Francis rose through the ranks and was head teacher at St. Mary’s High School in Zengeza when he retired two years ago. Speaking at Francis’ funeral, his sister, Elizabeth Flexibility Nyamhuka, attested to Francis’ sterling teaching career as a feat accomplished through hard work.

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