Smith, who frequently claimed to enjoy more popularity among blacks than President Robert Mugabe, left Zimbabwe in and moved to a retirement home in Cape Town.
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His eldest stepson, Robert, said: "It is finally over for him. His was a life of service to Africa. Whatever came by him, he at least tried. His widowed stepdaughter, Jean Tholet, was with him.
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Both she and her brother had been caring for him in the retirement home overlooking the sea in the St James area of Cape Town. Smith leaves six grandchildren. Another son, Alec, died last year. His two stepchildren, Jean and Robert, were children of his late wife, Janet.
Her first husband was killed in action in the Second World War. Invaders threaten Ian Smith.
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Ian Smith defies Mugabe's threats and flies home. Smith stripped of citizenship. Kevin Woods, a former special branch policeman, said: "He was a fine gentleman, truly loved by all of us during Rhodesian days and respected always. Judith Todd, the daughter of one of Smith's foremost political opponents, the late Sir Garfield Todd, said: ""He has left some unhappy memories for people like me but I am sure that he has left happy memories for friends and family.
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I am glad he had a peaceful end in a safe place. Both Ms Todd and her father, a former Rhodesian premier, were jailed by Smith for opposing his unilateral declaration of independence UDI. Until his last days, Smith was brimming with opinions on current affairs and obsessed with criticising Mr Mugabe, who he branded a "mentally unstable gangster running a one-party Communist dictatorship".
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Smith accused Mr Mugabe of "ruining a wonderful country" and forcing "ordinary black children" to "go to bed hungry". Under his rule, by contrast, Smith claimed that Rhodesia had displayed the "happiest black faces in the world". He always claimed that Mr Mugabe's record in power had vindicated his opposition to black majority rule.
But Bright Matonga, Mr Mugabe's deputy information minister, today described Smith as a man who brought suffering to millions of Zimbabweans. The state-owned ZBC radio, reporting his death, said: "Smith will be remembered for his racism and for the deaths of many Zimbabweans". I used to think I was a hero, a superstar during the time. Tiki, the village head of Chiroodza Village in Domboshawa, is now small-scale animal husbandry farmer and he is into piggery and poultry.
Chiroodza was born on November 28 and started acting at the age of 12 while at Chogugudza Primary School, where he did his substandard A and B.
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He said his acting skills were honed during his secondary education at St Philips, Magwenya, in Guruve were he did his Junior Certificate before he relocated to Highfield to seek employment. His career in silent comedy began when he passed the Tiki auditions which were held in the capital then Salisbury close to the Kopje area on March 3 Chiroodza, a father of four Tawanda, Tapiwa, Nicky and Freeman , said the producer, Catherine Elsworth, was impressed by his acting skills.
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