Onesimo Makani Kabweza (1939 - d. 27 April 1993) is the late editor of Moto Magazine in Zimbabwe. The Zimbabwean journalist took the lead and gave voice to critics of the Zimbawean government and Robert Mugabe in the period that followed 1980 independence.

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  • Onesimo Makani Kabweza (1939 - d. 27 April 1993) is the late editor of Moto Magazine in Zimbabwe. The Zimbabwean journalist took the lead and gave voice to critics of the Zimbawean government and Robert Mugabe in the period that followed 1980 independence. Onesimo was a Zimbabwean by birth from Malawian parents. He spent all of his childhood in Zimbabwe where he also enrolled to become a Catholic priest, a profession he later left before qualifying and worked as a writer of Moto magazine. He later went to live in Malawi, the country of his fore-fathers. He married a Malawian wife, Agnes Matope in 1977 and had four children with her. Being a writer, he was very vocal against the Banda government in Malawi. In 1987 He moved back to Zimbabwe with his family and worked for Mambo Press as the Editor for Moto magazine. (en)
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  • 1939-1-1
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  • 1993-4-27
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  • Malawian journalist (en)
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  • Onesimo Makani Kabweza (1939 - d. 27 April 1993) is the late editor of Moto Magazine in Zimbabwe. The Zimbabwean journalist took the lead and gave voice to critics of the Zimbawean government and Robert Mugabe in the period that followed 1980 independence. (en)
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