The Mthwakazi Independent is a non-profit volunteer run website. We publish regular high quality articles that aim to educate the Mthwakazi electorate and students on both historical and current economic, political and policy issues of relevance to the region.

Our network of researchers aims to raise pertinent political and policy issues in Mthwakazi, highlight injustice and exploitation of Mthwakazians within the modern state of Zimbabwe.

Our main interest is the protection of human rights of Mthwakazi nationals; we are unapologetic in our assessment of the socioeconomic and political damage of Zimbabwean systems in Mthwakazi.

The website dissects the negative impact of tribal identity politics of Zimbabwe to Mthwakazi. In its characteristic progressive approach, the website advances alternative political systems and policies that will better meet Mthwakazi’s needs.

Although confident in our ability to educate the public, we realise we are only one of many such hubs, we do not cover all areas of social and political interest. We strongly encourage readers to visit other like-minded websites to broaden their knowledge base.

We pride ourselves with maintaining impartiality. Readers should be assured that we are not a mouthpiece of any political formation in Mthwakazi; by extension, we are not aligned to any political organisation but scrutinise every organisation’s policies as best as we can for the public’s benefit.

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Readers are encouraged to contribute to the enrichment of information and debates on this website via the comments section of articles or by directly e-mailing the publisher.

While we welcome comments from our readers, for the credibility of the website, we expect all reviews to remain objective, honest and civil.

Maintaining site integrity

Unethical behaviour will not be tolerated. Readers are reminded of their responsibility to uphold high standards of behaviour. We reserve the right to remove and/ report any use of discriminatory and/ or abusive or threatening language, falsification of information, deliberate misinformation, deception, misuse or illegal use or misappropriation of data and making unsubstantiated claims against individuals and organisations.

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