Former Zimbabwean president sentenced to 10 years for rape

Machipisa, Lewis
January 1999
New York Amsterdam News;01/28/99, Vol. 90 Issue 5, p2
Reports on the January 10, 1998 sentencing of former Zimbabwean President Canaan Banana to ten years in prison for 11 counts of homosexual rape. Terms of the sentence; Appeal launched by Banana's lawyer against the conviction.


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