He was given a military funeral at RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire after his body was flown out from Iraq. In his native Zimbabwe, however, he was called a "traitor" by the state-controlled media. He was therefore buried in Gweru in an unmarked grave to prevent desecration of his grave.
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