Zimbabwe Struggle: The Delayed Revolution.
Tthe need to account for multiple narratives in the history of the liberation struggle compelled Andrew Ndlovu’s autobiography to proffer his narrative from the front. The book serves to demonstrate the continuation of the ‘struggles within the struggles’ during the liberation struggle from the nationalists and the disappointments which culminated to war fighters from the front. The emotive land redistribution issue forms the main theme which manifested as “the delayed revolution” in which Andrew Ndlovu was among the pioneers and or leading figures in kick-starting the farm invasions with the late Dr. Chenjerai ‘Hitler’ Hunzvi. Ndlovu demonstrates the experiences of a war veteran who formerly served within the Zimbabwe People’s Revolutionary Army (ZPRA) forces and later on more conflicts which led to the revival of revived Zimbabwe African People’s Union (ZAPU).