»He had made it clear that he wanted to be buried at World’s View in the Matopo Hills. ‘Grey and I have made a wonderful discovery: we have found a hill from the top of which a marvellous view of the world is to be seen. I shall be buried here…’«
from Developing Rhodes’ Grave in Short Writings from Bulawayo
Jackson was born in Nkayi District in 1958 and did his secondary education in Bulawayo. He is married with five children. He is involved with several community development groups, including the Edward Ndlovu Memorial Trust, the Historical Association of Zimbabwe and the Mafela Trust.
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Non-fiction piece: Developing Rhodes’ Grave in Short Writings from Bulawayo