- About Henry Olonga
Full name: Henry Olonga
Also known as: Henry Olonga, Henry Khaaba Olonga, Olonga, Henry
Professions: Zimbabwean cricketer
- Henry Olonga Biography
Henry Khaaba Olonga (born 3 July 1976) is a former professional cricketer, who played Test cricket for Zimbabwe and domestic first-class cricket in Zimbabwe for Mashonaland and Manicaland. When he made his Test debut in January 1995, he was the first black cricketer - and the youngest person - to play for Zimbabwe. His international career came to an end in 2003 after Olonga and team mate Andy Flower wore black armbands during an international cricket match in the 2003 Cricket World Cup to "mourn the death of democracy" in Zimbabwe. Death threats forced him to live in exile in England. He is now pursuing a career as a cricket commentator and singer.
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