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- You don’t give a man the status of a hero. All you can do is recognise it. It is his.
- They are immigrants to this country and if young blacks remain at the stage where they are today they will say "makabva kupi imi? Nyika ndeyedu." [Where did you come from? This country is ours.] But it must be "nyika ndeyedu tese, varungu nevanhu vatema." [The country is ours, both white and blacks]
- Quoted in The Financial Gazette (28 January 1993), on the need for white people to cooperate under majority rule