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Zimbabwe has 16 official languages,Chewa, Chibarwe, English, Kalanga, “Koisan” (presumably Tsoa), Nambya, Ndau, Ndebele, Shangani, Shona, sign languages, Sotho, Tonga, Tswana, Venda, Xhosa, so, if you comment in any group in any language but please add a sentence in English to summarise your comment . Thank you. Sibusiso Ngwenya.

TRANSLATE And Distribute War Vets Communique Into Zim’s 16 Official Languages To Subvert Oppression

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According to Zimbabwe’s new constitution, the motherland Zimbabwe has 16 official languages, namely Ndau, Chewa, Kalanga, Chibarwe, English, Koisan, Nambya, Venda, Ndebele, Shangani, Shona, sign language, Sotho, Tonga, Tswana, and Xhosa.
Mugabe has always maintained a firm grip over the rural population by starving them of information, feeding them with falsehoods and never allowing opposition or activists to grow their strengths into this electorate. Even drought relief, food, tractor and farm implements, seed, fertiliser and land distribution were all politicised, turning every freebie especially those to which every one was constitutionally entitled to, into Zanu PF gifts for the people.
It is only the present debilitating economy, widespread suffering, starvation, joblessness, lack of housing and transport that is awakening the rural electorate to how much Mugabe has misinformed them and how they constantly wasted their votes in propping up a despot led Zanu PF.
Now that Mugabe’s vanguard of the liberation struggle, the war veterans, have fully withdrawn their support for Mugabe, we the people of Zimbabwe must show unity of purpose by moving the nation forward through a united , formidable opposition force capable of unseating Mugabe and his Zanu PF in 2018.
We all need to play our part in destroying the criminal Mugabe, Zim1 family, Zanu PF stalwarts and securocrats by subverting the system in all possible ways. The regime must be brought down onto its knees by collapsing its operations and grinding Zimbabwe to a full halt and making the nation totally ungovernable.
Remember war veterans have always been able to arm twist Mugabe and they are fully responsible for the current crisis faced by Zimbabwe as they led the murderous eviction of white farmers from commercial farms which effectively brought Zimbabwe to its present status. Wherever two or more people meet, take the time to interpret the war veterans communique and desensitise people to their fear of a dying out Mugabe and his Zanu PF, open their eyes to real democracy and the fact that the power to liberate Zimbabwe, lies squarely on their shoulders.
We must welcome the ‘War Veterans or Lost Boys and Girls’ but instead of reducing ourselves into a nation with limited vocabulary and levelling plenty foul expletives at Mugabe like other opposition, lets articulate our case very well and interpret the war veterans communique into Zimbabwe’s 16 official languages, namely Ndau, Chewa, Kalanga, Chibarwe, English, Koisan, Nambya, Venda, Ndebele, Shangani, Shona, sign language, Sotho, Tonga, Tswana, and Xhosa, reach out to all corners, distribute widely and stimulate debate by the people of Zimbabwe, coloured, black, white, any race, any tribe, religion, political orientation or creed and encourage dissension in all ranks of support for the despot led oppressive Zanu PF regime.
ARISE ZIMBABWE, we can all play ancrucial role by subverting the system at all costs ,..Mugabe, Zim1 family , Zanu PF stalwarts and securocrats must go! By Sibusiso Ngwenya
photo-Happyton Bonyongwe CIO Director General, Constantine Chiwenga The Zimbabwe National Army Commander General both war veterans and key Zanu PF security players and President Robert Mugabe

‘Nambya Language Testing At O’Level Next Year, Designed To Promote Indigenous Languages’-Lazarus Dokora


The Minister of Primary and Secondary Education Lazaras Dokora has said the students who are learning the Nambya language are now in form three which means that next year they will be sitting for the language’s examination and that meant progress on government’s move to promote indigenous languages.

This was after the MP  Sansole asked him what measures have been put in place to ensure that the Nambya language is examined at O’ level next year.

“The first group of students who studied Nambya at secondary schools are now in Form 3, are there any measures that have been put in place to ensure that the language is examined at O’ level next year?”  the MP asked.

“I would like to know also from the Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education Science and Technology Development whether any measures have been put in place to ensure that the language is taught…”

Dokora said the natural and logical sequencing of the development of indigenous languages follows that when pupils sit the Grade 7 examination.

“They proceed to study the same language if they so wish at O’ level and therefore to say that they are now in Form 3 is to acknowledge that the Ministry is already doing well at what is set out to achieve.  So, next year they will sit for examination as expected,” he said. by Stephen Jakes
Source – Byo24News

Binga Council Bans , Ndebele In Primary School Curriculum , To Promote Tonga.


This is despite the fact that the council has no power to make such decisions which solely lie with the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education.

The local authority pulled a shocker late last year after passing a resolution banning the teaching of Ndebele at council schools, a move it said was aimed at promoting the Tonga language and preserving traditional values.

The matter was brought before a full council in September last year and it was resolved that teaching of Ndebele should be banned from the Binga primary school curriculum.

Councillors reportedly asked why Binga district was teaching two local languages, Ndebele and Tonga, while schools in areas such as Kamativi were teaching Nambya and those in Lupane teaching Ndebele only.

Council chairperson Clr Dube Munkombwe confirmed last week that all schools in Binga were now teaching Tonga only.

“It’s true, schools have implemented the resolution 100 percent. However, we encountered some problems in Lusulu but we asked the concerned headmasters to leave the schools if they didn’t want to comply with the resolution.

“The language has been taught in schools since January as our resolution was operational beginning 2015. We are not fighting anyone but just preserving our identity,” said Clr Munkombwe.

Matabeleland North provincial education deputy director Mr Mkhulumeli Pilime said the Binga council has no mandate to ban the teaching of any language in schools.

“As far as we are concerned both Ndebele and Tonga are being taught in Binga schools. We are not aware that Ndebele is not being taught in Binga. The RDC has no mandate to ban the teaching of Ndebele in schools as it is the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education,” said Mr Pilime.

However, Clr Mukombwe said the decision was made to fulfil the provision of the new Constitution that Tonga is an officially recognised language.

The full council meeting also resolved that those who wanted their children to learn Ndebele should transfer them to Nkayi or Lupane districts. In 2011, a milestone was achieved when Tonga was officially tested in Grade 7 exams for the very first time. Source – Sunday News

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