London has agreed to return Zimbabwean human remains from the colonial era

London’s Natural History Museum and Camridge University have agreed to cooperate with Zimbabwe in returning remains that were taken during the colonial era.

Zimbabwe had held talks with officials from both Camridge University and London’s Natural History Museum about returning back the remains taken during the colonial era,

The London Natural History Museum has three skulls taken in 1893, thought to be from Zimbabwe’s second city, Bulawayo, as well as remains uncovered in mineshafts and archaeological digs and later donated.