Mai Mujuru Turns 65: checkout things you didn’t know about her!
Joice Runaida Mujuru, also known by her nom-de-guerre Teurai Ropa, is a Zimbabwean revolutionary and politician who served as Vice-President of Zimbabwe from 2004 to 2014.
Previously she had served as a government minister. She also served as Vice-President of ZANU–PF.
Joice Runaida Mugari Mujuru is the interim president of new opposition political party in Zimbabwe
Mujuru was born in Mt Darwin on 15 April 1958, Mashonaland Central, in northeastern Zimbabwe. She was one of 12 children born to her parents.
Joice Mujuru only did 2 years of high school and as a teenager left in 1973 to join the Zimbabwe African National Liberation Army (ZANLA). In 1977 she married the late General Solomon Mujuru who died 15 August 2011.
Together had four daughters Kumbirai Mujuru, Nyasha Del Campo, Kuzivakwashe Mujuru and Chipo Makoni.
Joice Mujuru has a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Management and Entrepreneurial Studies from Zimbabwe Women’s University in Africa. On the 12th September 2014, Joice graduated with a PhD from the University of Zimbabwe Faculty of Arts Department of Philosophy.
The thesis was titled “A strategic Exploratory Entrepreneurship Study of Sustainable Agricultural Business; Case Studies of Mitchel and Mitchel of Mashonaland East and Dotito Scheme of Mashonaland Central Province” and was said to be available at the University of Zimbabwe library. Her Ph.D. thesis focused on Mitchel and Mitchel an agricultural Company based on the farming town of Marondera in Mashonaland East Province. The company is a commercial venture and it produces horticultural projects which are imported to international markets for sale
In 1974, Mujuru reportedly downed a helicopter thus earning norm-de-Guerre of Teurai Ropa (spill blood). That same year she became a member of the general staff of the Zimbabwe African National Liberation Army (ZANLA). She became a commander at Chimoi camp, Mozambique in 1976. In 1977 she became a member of the central committee of the Zimbabwe African National Union (ZANU) and secretary for women’s affairs.
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