Matabeleland and the violent intervention debate

19 Apr 2017 § Leave a comment

People are free to exercise their right to choose but, they need to understand that with every choice comes responsibility. War cannot be casually pushed up the list of our interventions without giving a decent attempt at nonviolent interventions. « Read the rest of this entry »


Communicate and inform Mthwakazi public

12 Mar 2017 § Leave a comment

Our enemies will always see us as ignorant, thanks to ZANU PF indoctrination. But, to avoid being perceived as arrogant by our own, we need to start communicating and informing people of our political ideas more effectively. « Read the rest of this entry »

Matabeleland is a product of its decisions not circumstances

12 Feb 2017 § Leave a comment

Every situation we find ourselves in is no accident but a by-product of our decisions, and indeed indecision. Decisions made in the right order and within the right context are crucial for Matabeleland’s political progress. « Read the rest of this entry »

Matabeleland politicians must show leadership

17 Jan 2017 § Leave a comment

A lack of desire to improve the experiences of Mthwakazi citizens and an insidious lack of political representation for the nation defines Zimbabwe’s independence today. « Read the rest of this entry »

Understanding the power of nonviolent action

15 May 2016 § Leave a comment

Violence has largely failed to address political conflict but it remains glamorous to many because it has tangible strategies and weapons while its advocates are seen as ‘realists’ or ‘pragmatic’. On the other hand, scepticism has continued to cloud the positive impact of nonviolence despite objective evidence pointing to it being more efficient and effective than its opposite. « Read the rest of this entry »

Why Matabeleland must invest in non-violence

10 May 2016 § 1 Comment

Hiroshima (1945), Auschwitz (05/1940 – 01/1945), Gukurahundi genocide (‎January 1983 – April 1984), Halabja chemical attack (1988) and the Rwanda genocide (04 – 06/1994) among other catastrophic examples save as tragic reminders of the boundless human potential for violence and inhumane conduct. Matabeleland must not shy away from fighting for its freedom and liberty for this and future generations. However, we need to fight smart; avoid misplaced calls for violent political campaigns.

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Matabeleland time to strategise

20 Nov 2014 § Leave a comment

It is no secret that Matabeleland is completely isolated by the Zimbabwean political system. Matabeleland needs to change the system; failure to that, she will have to change her attitude. The first step towards change is self-awareness and the second step is self-acceptance. « Read the rest of this entry »

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