We are diverse, but how equal are we in Matabeleland?

Real political growth will only be realised when there develops, within the Mthwakazi space, a good understanding of the extent of our ignorance. The greatest risk to equality in the region is the illusion that it already exists, and that sincere ignorance puts chances of political progress in jeopardy. Advertisements

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Why I find the Mthwakazi monarchy restoration unjustified

Although a proud and keen respecter of Mthwakazi’s past and present-day traditional institutions and a subscriber in the notion that real Mthwakazi success should draw from local building blocks and not from duplicating other communities, I am a firm believer in retaining only institutions relevant to our communities and time. A monarchist, I am not!

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A gentle no to the revival of a Mthwakazi monarchy

I am a fierce Mthwakazi patriot, I am very proud of our roots, proud of the heroic achievement of the monarchy, the disciplined military organization, nation building and leadership skills of our two kings – Mzilikazi and Lobengula – but a royalist I am not; I am a republican! The restoration of a monarchy is […]

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Of a collective traditional leadership or Matabeleland monarchy revival

Zimbabwean independence has been characterised by two significant factors: (i) the unity of Mashonaland in its support of Harare’s systemic oppression of Matabeleland, and (ii) Matabeleland’s disquiet and disunity in her fight of Harare’s oppressive regime. Suffice to say the outcome has been a devastating loss of sociopolitical authority in Matabeleland.

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