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11 Feb Nzira Dzemasoja Opposite of What ZANU PF has been Doing since Kune nzira dzemasoja dzekuzvibata nadzo. Tererai mitemo yose. Read about Nzira dzemasoja, dzokuzvibata nadzo by Zimbabwe African National Union and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. For your search query Nzira Dzemasoja MP3 we have found songs matching your query but showing only top 10 results only (Due to API limit restrictions.
9 Aug In a similar vein, “Nzira dzemasoja” served to provide the footing that saw Zimbabwe's war of liberation being a collective effort between the. 16 Aug There was a popular liberation struggle song called, Nzira dzemasoja, which was popular at mobilisation rallies. It used to be sung by both the. 12 Apr "Kune nzira dzemasoja dzekuzvibata nadzo//Tererai mitemo yose nenzira dzakanaka" -- There are ways in which soldiers must conduct.
23 Apr The song was called Nzira dzemasoja dzekuzvibata nadzo (A Soldier's Code of Conduct). Now, as I sing it, Comrade, I want you to take out. Take, for instance, Nzira Dzemasoja Dzekuzvibata. Nadzo, one of the songs that used to form part of the signature tune during the opening of the Voice of. (vi) Ideological — Nzira dzemasoja (The Soldiers' Code of Con- duct).4' This song is modelled after a Methodist hymn. This suggests Christian influence. "Rules of Conduct for Soldiers" (Kune Nzira Dzemasoja) is translated here: I There is a code of conduct for fighters By which they must live Abide by all the rules. Take, for instance, Nzira Dzemasoja Dzekuzvibata Nadzo, one of the songs that used to form part of the signature tune during the opening of the Voice of.
A7, Kugara Musango. A8, Kugarira Nyika Yavo. A9, Ruzhinji Rwe Africa. B1, Nzira Dzemasoja, Dzokuzvibata Nadzo. B2, Tonosvitsana Biriteni. B3, Muka! Muka!. The song was titled 'Nzira dzemasoja' or, loosely translated, 'The Conduct of Soldiers' and it was meant to be a guide on what was expected of them in terms of. Even ZANLA's code of conduct for fighters in the field was adopted wholesale from Mao, as quoted in the Chimurenga song 'Nzira dzemasoja, dzokuzvibata. He remembered the songs sung by youths like himself: “Kune Nzira Dzemasoja” (Soldiers' code of conduct), “Muka, Muka!” (Wake up, wake up!), and a tune.