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Why do Zim people cry tribalism?

2 years ago | 10752 Views

Every time if one says something inline with "economic sabotage of Matabeleland" Zimbabweans cry tribalism, WHY?

Kodwa iqiniso liqiniso! njalo libuhlungu!
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Anonymous user 2 years
Nonsense, Ndebele people are not business minded and not progressive. We still crying gukurahundi that ended 15 years ago. With or without gukurahundi we always had ndebele politicians in Byo. No ndebeles starting businesses, why? Singamavila sivika ngame excuses.
Anonymous user 2 years
UYANYA WENA SHONA LOTHUVI
Anonymous user 2 years
when chance comes your way ,use it to your own advantage ,
Anonymous user 2 years
Uthethisu muntu okhulumi qiniso. Kudala okhokho benu bahamba egoli, lakathesi likokhu lisebenza emahoteleni lezingadi, ngapha libulalana. AmaShona ahambe kathesi sebekhatshana-painfull truth mfowethu.
Anonymous user 2 years
uyanya wena shona
Anonymous user 2 years
We the people of Mthwakazi are not crying tribalism but telling it as it is sdiniwe ngamatshona mani doti yabantu
Anonymous user 2 years
theres no Ndebele or Shona but Zimbabweans,down & away with u pple of little understanding
Anonymous user 2 years
education helps a lot. we accepted those who were driven away into this land and they are now saying shona lothuvi! shame on you.
Anonymous user 2 years
shona people are a confused lot driven by greed, look what they did to Zim economy they single handedly drove it to the ground, they are tribalist, thier narrow minded leaders preach racism day in day out
Anonymous user 2 years
the question is (as ZImbabweans) aer we gona focus on tribalism or dvpt??? Instead of arguing and insulting each other let us find a solution izvi zvekuti Shona or Ndebele to hell, we want a dvpd Zimbabwe period!!!
Anonymous user 2 years
inkinga ngathi amandebele siyabamba izikhwili. ukuzisebenza kuyasehlula ukukhalipha akukho. sizicabangela i goli lapho esihlala njalonje sihlukuluzwa ngamanye amandebele njengathi. from amacomments uyahle ubone ukuthi amandebele umncabango awukho. inhlamba lobadlululo.yu could ssay any constructive critism but shona lo thuvi. who is a tribalist here?

Anonymous user 2 years
I TRIBALISM AYISOZE IPHELE NGENDABA YENU MASWINA..YINI ELAYIVUSELELA NGOKUBULALA ABANTU BAKITHI NGE-GUKURAHUNDI AND MADE MILLIONS TO-BE DISPLACED MILLION WOMEN RAPED--REMEMBER YOUR SLOGAN ON YOUR LIVE SHOWS IN ZBC-2 THAT SAYS..CHII CHINONZI DISSIDENT??---(MUNDEVERE)! CAN ONE BE HAPPY ABOUT YOUR SAY....THINK-BIG MY BROTHER,3 YEARS CARFEW NO GOING TO SCHOOL..USHUKUTHI YINTO EVELE IPHELE SITHI THINA ABAKA-MTHWAKAZI SIYANIXOLELA MA-SHONA--FORGET THIS ONE WILL LAST FOR THE NEXT CENTURIES--SO TELL ME WHO REKINDLED THIS SCOUGE OF TRIBALISM???VUMANI IQINISO MASWINA UKUTHI YINI...........
Anonymous user 2 years
shonaz are arrogant ,crooked thieves and good for nothing ,if they claim to be clever why is Zim infrastructure dilapitating, why is the economy down to the doldrums ,no currency ,badla baqeda inkomo zonke namhla bathenga inkomo eBotswana ezile foot n mouth ,abantui banatha unpotable water,imigwaqo yimigodi yodwa.izimpahwe is boke as country due to [Some people] aroggancy and in eptitude bagcwele emazwni abanye and still doing more damage there... phansi labo pasi...inkosi uMzilikazi prophesied about these rat eating people that ...they shall; rise people of the bird" Hungwe" how shall run the country down and they shall be grave shortages even of the basic food stuff like salt... now everybody knows that we have gone through all that.now this is not the end but the begining of more woes for izwe lika Mzilikazi.....shona people together with thier leader have literally tied themselves with a very long rope ...From Mthakazian doing well in business since i migrated out of the rogue Natiion
Anonymous user 2 years
i think we first of all have to understand that who are these people whom you call Ndebeles and shonas. i think people should just treat each other the same, we have Ndebeles in Mashonaland who helped build that region just has we have Shonas in Matebeleland. to say these are this thats just wrong.
Anonymous user 2 years
m**di yenu mandebele mani....yibuvila kuphela esilabo....singabesilokhe sikhala ngeGukurahundi ka83 namhla lokhu....yekani ubuthakathi lenzondo engaka libine ukuthi sizaba ngcono njani.....zihlama zenu mani
Anonymous user 2 years
shame on u ndebele people wo a so bitter on experiences u never went thru smething u just heard about that happened three dacades ago nw u blame that for yo demise shame on you get a life lase goli litenga ama ID so u can work in restuarants kwaaaaaaaaa
Anonymous user 2 years
may pepl



ma we learn to forgive and forget
Anonymous user 6 days
The issue of tribalism in Zimbabwe is still very salient becoz of the failure of the state and society to engage with the topic on public forum. Whoever you may it be know to you that the issue of Gukuruhondi will not fade away until there is an open discussion about it....For your own information the reason why people from Matebeland are not active in business as you said it, its becoz the state has for centuries sidelined us from nation-building, thus we feel very less patriotic..its not bcoz we want to feel like this, but its becoz t s empirically proven that subordinated groups around the world always score less in the patriotic index. So don't waffler and say we are lazy, and if you go bac to the History of Zimbabwe you will know that Matabeleland was the busiest city in Zimbabwe becoz of its industrious progress, but now all that has been intentionally taken our away from us...In Political Science we call that 'Politics of Tribalism'. Its good that we should work hard, we do not dispute that fact, but what we argue against is that it shouldn't be the determiner of who we are to the extent that you call us lazy, coz if its laziness in you eyes, to us its marginalization..Perception differ.
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