Cape Town - Former Zimbabwean vice president now leader of the opposition Zimbabwe People First party, Joice Mujuru, has claimed that she was kicked out of Zanu-PF for speaking out about human rights abuses. Mujuru said this during an interview with "UpFront" on Al Jazeera.Follow News24 Africa on Facebook and Twitter. Here are some of the points that came out of the interview. She;• Apologised for not doing more to address human rights abuses during her time as President Robert Mugabe’s vice president: "You have to feel bad and sorry and say sorry to those that have been affected." • Claimed she was kicked out of Zanu-PF for speaking out about human rights abuses: "I’m sure this was the reason why they were in cahoots or clandestinely working against me." • Denied knowing about the Gukurahundi massacre while it was ongoing: "But who knew that this was a secret army that was going straight to [Mugabe]?"• Said her controversial claim that she shot down a Rhodesian helicopter as a teenager was true: "It did happen!"Watch the video below as she speaks during the interview.