Categories: Mangwende Tribal Trust Land, Mashonaland, Rhodesia | Warren Hills Cemetery, Harare, Harare Province | Roll of Honour (War), British South Africa Police | Support Unit Branch, British South Africa Police | Killed in Action, Rhodesia, Rhodesian Bush War.
Birth & Upbringing: Born 1958.
Education: He was schooled at Queen's Mine School near Nkai 
Military Service: The BSA Police was very much a para-military service and was the nation's first line of defence. Young policemen were thus thrust into armed conflict during the insurgency of the later 1960's and the decade which followed. Those who appear on the BSA Police Roll of Honour (War) are afforded full military honours in the true sense.
The Support Unit of the British South Africa Police was a military organisation of Brigade strength and it sole purpose was to participate as infantry in anti terrorist insurgency operations alongside the Rhodesian Army. The Support Unit was a highly successful disciplined unit.
Occupation: Policeman - joined the BSA Police in September 1976;Reg. No. 24522; served until March 1978. He was posted to Support Unit India Troop.
Demise: Killed in action - contact and engagement with enemy while serving as a Constable with Support Unit in Mangwende TTL    .
Burial: Wilson Banda was buried at Warren Hills Cemetery on 31 March 1978 following a military funeral ceremony. 
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