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Cephas Changara (1958 - 1979)

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Cephas Changara
Born in Urungwe; S/Rhodesiamap
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
[spouse(s) unknown]
[children unknown]
Died in Nuanetsi, Rhodesiamap
Profile last modified | Created 22 Jun 2018
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Categories: Roll of Honour (War), British South Africa Police | Duty Uniformed Branch, British South Africa Police | Killed in Action, Rhodesia, Rhodesian Bush War | Warren Hills Cemetery, Harare, Harare Province.

Biography

Birth & Upbringing: Cephas was born in Urungwe in 1958.
Education: He was schooled at Fulechi School, in Karoi. [1]
Occupation: Policeman - joined the BSA Police in December 1977;Reg. No. 25906; served until March 1979
Demise: Killed in action- vehicle ambush while serving as a Constable with Duty Uniform in Nuanetsi (Operation Repulse), Rhodesia [2] [3].
Burial: Cephas Changara was buried at the Warren Hills Cemetery on 15 March 1979 following a semi-military funeral[4]

Sources

  1. Obituary Notice Outpost 4/1979 Outpost Magazine: Journal of the BSA Police
  2. Andrew Field: BSA Police Roll of Honour BSAP Website
  3. Obituary Notice Outpost 4/1979 Outpost Magazine: Journal of the BSA Police
  4. Ibid. Outpost Magazine


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