“We are a broad and inclusive apolitical platform for national reconciliation, national renewal and sustainable nation building.”
Every generation throughout history has had periods of great challenge and adversity. However, the people’s ability to collaborate as a unified force has always made the biggest difference.
We as Zimbabweans, have talked through our challenges; We have taken time to revisit our
past, so that we can better understand our progression, present reality and cultural heritage.
Fragmentation, individualism and corruption are the main dominant nature of present-day society coupled with issues of nepotism, tribalism and racism.
It is our corporate duty as parents and citizens, to develop an education system and curriculum that is both suitable and adequate for our children and young people. This will ensure that they are competitive and fully equipped for the 21st century challenges.
Our cultural heritage has layers of challenges, some of which can be traced back to our pre-colonial subsistence society, whilst our other cultural traits stem from the divide and rule tactics of the colonial era which compounded our loss of cultural identity.
Many Zimbabweans for either political or economic reasons left and continue to leave Zimbabwe for various diaspora destinations. These people have mostly settled in South Africa, the United Kingdom, North America, Europe and Australia amongst other countries or regions.
In as much as we must prioritize the development of the national grid and public institutions; we should never forget to lend a helping hand of compassion to the weak and vulnerable amongst us.