A Diverse Community of Human Beings With a Vintage History & Culture.
Advocate for a free and fair society where everyone has access to opportunity to be the best they can be.
As we seek achievement for ourselves, let’s not forget about progress and prosperity for our communities. Let’s broaden our ambitions to include the aspirations and needs of others, for their sakes and for our own.
Individual liberty is the paragon of human rights. Individual liberties are sacred and must be protected as a matter of priority. Our people should be free, safe and comfortable in who they are.
A Futuristic Education
Let’s prepare our children to safeguard the economic and political future of our nation, we need a system that departs from a fact biased education; education must not only provide facts but instil in children analytical thinking, so they will be able to be independent thinkers and be high performers in their chosen careers. Every child must be allowed access to the best possible learning technologies and best available educators from if we are to better prepare our children for their careers or own businesses.
The foundations of Matabeleland social and political order have been shaken leading to severe consequences. We have a clear vision for our nation because we understand where we are from as a nation and know how much has been lost. Let’s rebuild Matabeleland, reassert individual liberties and human rights. A healthy nation is a happy nation! People who still suffer the trauma of Gukurahundi atrocities deserve appropriate psychological therapies; communities must be mentally equipped to better deal with the traumatic past and focus on the future.
Words of Wisdom:
Those who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety.― Benjamin Franklin
When genocide is committed, it must be seen. People must look at it with open eyes, not minimise its impact.― Nadia Murad
“There are no extraordinary men…just extraordinary circumstances that ordinary men are forced to deal with.”―William Halsey
Real improvement in content and growth in participation in political activity, organised and not, will be a sign of our revival.
For democracy to work the electorate must be armed with knowledge hence the need to invest in education.
Our political space must be a true reflection of our values, and promote their local expansion and influence.