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12 August 2017 - 1893 donates Clothing and school stationery to Children of Emthunzini Wethemba
August 12 2017 became a day to remember for the orphans and disadvantaged children of Emthunzini Wethemba in Bulawayo.
A big Jumping Castle for the children highlighted the front yard of the children’s home where a big party lit their faces with unforgettable smiles. It was nice for the children to see that the world outside their walls does afterall care for them as well.
The after- party was also sponsored by 1893, with financial contributions coming from various members of the Movement at general, committee and executive level. A private donor contributed a whole goat to bless the day with more and more meat.
It was a great day for everyone that attended the event.
Let’s Make Bulawayo Clean Again campaign Hosted by 1893 MRM Mthwakazi Branch, July 1st 2017.
On July 1st 2017, the Movement’s Mthwakazi Branch took to the streets, only this time with brooms and rubbish bags to a “Let’s Make Bulawayo Clean Again” campaign that left many feeling proud to be Mthwakazi again. Led by the vibrant DSG Cora Ndebele, the Mthwakazi 1893 MRM leadership committee put together and coordinated a greatly successful event. Over 60 volunteers from the public responded to the call of duty put out through fliers, web-postings, social media platforms etc. The eventful day became an undisputed success.
Areas that were covered included along Fife Street Trade court, Unit Village, Joshua Mqabuko Street former Main street Main Post office, down Byo Hotel, Main library, Jason Moyo Street TM Meikles Reserve Bank, Central Police, City Hall Area, Madlela area and Max Garage,
Amoungst the volunteers was a public figure that has caused heat waves across Mashonaland and raised hairs amoungst abaThwakazi and the rest of the world, as well as being controversial. His name is Stanley Raphael Khumalo (SRK) and he is one of two current possibilities to being the future King of the Mthwakazi nation.
The Make Bulawayo Clean Again campaign was also supported by the Bulawayo City Council (BCC) which was very appreciative of the efforts of the 1893 MRM Mthwakazi branch to assist in the cleaning of the city streets. The City of Bulawayo provided volunteers of the event with Brooms, Spikes, Shovels and black plastic bags for the collection of rubbish for disposal.Local businesses that also lended support to the event where Choppies BYO that offered tea to all the participants of the campaign. Ema gave gloves and black plastic bags as well for the collection of rubbish for disposal.
Other projects we are currently working on
We are currently working on restoring historical sites of importance in Mthwakazi and we will be co-currently working on several other programs for the collective restoration and exercise of our rights in various sectors in Mthwakazi. Together and collectively we can make a lasting difference in Mthwakazi. Be part of the Movement and add value to its programs and intended programs. We also invite you to bring your own ideas and projects or program proposals that can be considered by the Movement, to further uplift and promote Mthwakazi nation. Rebuilding, upgrading and resourcing our health facilities and educational institutions is also a major mandate amoungst our future projects. Rebuilding and upgrading our city and rural infrastructures such as roads and office buildings as well as shopping centers and malls is also a major assignment within our community. Electricity and water shortages are also areas of major concern to be addressed when rebuilding and restoring Mthwakazi nation.
Mthwakazi has an abundance of natural resources which include Chrome mines and Gold mines and Coal mines etc that have been used to benefit and finance foreign companies and countries as they turned a blind eye to the killings and torture and displacement of local abaThwakazi people. Even the current government of Zimbabwe has used resources within Mthwakazi nation to finance its atrocities and killings, as well as discrimination against the region and its population. Reparation claims are therefore due to many perpetrators against Mthwakazi and its victims.
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