HYPOCRISY COMPROMISES THE MDC ALLIANCE’S POSITION IN MTHWAKAZI

The height of hypocrisy is when the MDC Alliance, an organisation perceived by many to be the only competent opposition, starts to concern itself with reinforcing the same faulty principal foundations that form the base of the independent Zimbabwe’s political system. Continue reading

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MDC ALLIANCE’S ATTITUDE IN MATABELELAND UNSURPRISING

What is now evident and concerning about the MDC Alliance is its narrowing area of concern; the Alliance’s centre of focus is not people but power. When focus is power and principles secondary, people’s needs become the victim of politics. Continue reading

MTHWAKAZI WILL NOT LET ACADEMIA MESS WITH POLITICAL DECISIONS

I have no doubt that academic education adds value to our politics but any suggestion that academic knowledge is superior to other forms of learning is misleading. Academia has no monopoly over the smartest minds. All education is essential for human development and political decisions need more than just academic knowledge. Continue reading

STRATEGIC COHERENCE VITAL FOR MATABELELAND

Stepping into a new political realm means a total renunciation of past politics that sold tribal and racial bigotry as credible policies. If we want change, we must reject the use of tribalism as a political strategy. There is no justification in allowing confusion to define our political goals. We must define what we want; identify goals and prioritise our strategies. Continue reading

MTHWAKAZI NEEDS A LOBBY GROUP TO MOBILISE VOTERS

Ages of experience have taught us that without public support, a political project is dead before it has even started; our Mthwakazi political project is no exception. Something is fundamentally wrong here, we are not short of talent; we have a political space full of our political parties, yet we are ruled by the enemy. Continue reading

MATABELELAND REVOLUTION DENOUNCES INTERNAL LIES

Caution: if we won’t do it today and if we won’t do it ourselves, then when and who is going to do it? Abdicating responsibility allows incompetency the opportunity to take root. The strong desire to shape our politics now will change Matabeleland’s status. Only positive policies will lift us high; these are policies drawn from our needs and desires, and not retaliatory facades influenced by the perception of us by others. Continue reading