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More than 500 Zimbabwean exiles from Matebeleland province took part in a controversial march for freedom and burn’t the Zim Flag.

19 Apr

The Zimbabwe exile govt strongly asks the Mthwakazi movement to unite and form the DEMOCRATIC LIBERATION FRONT of the gvt. To us flag burning, is also a mission to topple the regime. flag burning or flag changing is the powerful way of giving a message to Mugabe regime , that they must step down. Zimbabwe exile govt, does’t believe in total split of the country but in forming a federal system or plant a devolution act. 

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JOHANNESBURG, April 19, 2011- More than 500 Zimbabwean exiles from Matebeleland province took part in a controversial march for freedom organised by the militant and secessionist Mthwakazi Liberation Front (MLF) whose campaigns for a separate state have led to the arrest of the movement’s senior leaders in Bulawayo.

The march which was closely monitored by police attracted scores of South Africans sympathetic to the plight of the people of Matebeleland. During the march a Zimbabwean flag was burnt to ashes by the protesters saying it was a symbol of oppression and discrimination against ethnic groups in Matabeleland province.  THEY SAY The state-sponsored destruction of Mthwakazi languages like Ndebele, Kalanga, Nambya, Tonga, Xhosa, Lozi, Venda, Shangani, Thwa, Jahunda and Dhombe,” he said (ZimEye/ Bulawayo24/Newsday)

http://www.zimeye.org/?p=29164

more…. http://www.radiovop.com/index.php?news=6099

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