Survivors want Gukurahundi perpetrators prosecuted: Nare

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The National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) has been in the spotlight in recent days over its role in government’s attempt to address grievances emanating from the Gukurahundi era, where about 20 000 civilians were killed by the Zimbabwe National Army’s Fifth Brigade in the 1980s. There have also been concerns that the commission does not have resources or capacity to handle national healing issues. Zimbabwe Independent correspondent Nkululeko Sibanda (NS) spoke to NPRC chairperson Retired Justice Sello Nare (JSN) on Gukurahundi and the challenges facing the commission, among other issues. Below are excerpts of the interview:

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