MIND WHERE YOU POINT THE GUN

I accept the existence of misfortune but no one has limitless misfortune; at some point, one must look at himself in the mirror and change a thing or two; most problems we face are not a creation of extra-terrestrial beings, they have their root in our actions and inactions, decisions and indecisions. Continue reading

Only a positive campaign befits Matabeleland polity

The Mthwakazi movement needs to adopt a transformational leadership stance that will inspire our people to be what they could be. We want to put to bed a pessimist political face in the region; thus, fighting negativity within our space must be the purpose for our political engagement. Continue reading

Internal division is causing more damage to Matabeleland polity

The best way of weakening our politics and ensuring our political demise is sustained and misdirected internal political division. Critical appraisal of policies is one thing, squabbling is another; the former is constructive, the latter is disruptive often with damaging outcomes. Continue reading

What Matabeleland freedom should mean

We recognise that when it comes to Matabeleland, the Zimbabwean state operates in a parallel universe; a universe whose political processes and supporting institutions operate as though Matabeleland did not exist. Harare bypasses Bulawayo as it nonchalantly operates a political system of containment and management of Matabeleland, and not accommodation. Continue reading