Simon Khaya Moyo, the Zanu-PF Spokesperson, has
He was 76.
Khaya Moyo died on Sunday afternoon at Mater Dei Hospital in Bulawayo.
According to The Herald, Khaya-Moyo joined the nationalist movement in 1968 as a member of the
Zimbabwe African People’s Union (ZAPU).
He left the country in 1968 heading to Zambia.
Whilst in Zambia, senior officials of ZAPU
agreed to send Khaya-Moyo to school. He was
enrolled at the University of Zambia and in 1969 where he graduated with a diploma in Social Sciences.
He received military training in Russia and Cuba and he attended the Malt, Geneva and Lancaster Conference which resulted in the Lancaster House Agreement together with Joshua Nkomo.
After 1980, he became an assistant secretary in
the Ministry of Home Affairs and in 1983, he
was appointed to be an undersecretary in the
Ministry of Justice. In 1989, he was elected to
be a member of the ZANU PF’s Central