Everyone has a beginning and an end to their existence. While driving through Malawi, you will come across some Zulu and Swati kingdoms, which are worth visiting. Indeed, their children are given Zulu names such as Thandiwe, which means "Zulu ancestor." When we eventually come up against our own brothers, it is because of a misunderstanding and a faulty understanding of the situation.
Historically, Zimbabwe and South Africa have followed a similar path to Ghana and Nigeria, with the exception that Ghanaians do not consider Nigerians to be foreigners in Ghana, and Nigerians do not consider themselves to be foreigners in Zimbabwe and South Africa. Since the Rodesian Nyasaland boom, Mozambicans have never been considered outsiders in Zimbabwe, and this has remained the case throughout the years since then. Then there are people like Kekana, Tlou, and Hlopa, who are Sothos from South Africa and are part of the community.
It is likely that they died since they never returned during Zimbabwe's heyday and because they had already established families on the other side, and no one was ever uncivilized enough to punish them for their misdeeds. Throughout Zimbabwe, there are areas where only Ndebeles, Sothos, Vendas, and Shanghans coexist peacefully, and this is one of those areas. However impoverished, Zimbabwe is not on the same level as our own country in terms of development. The people in the surrounding region are quite welcoming.
The following individuals were among those who left Zimbabwe, particularly Matebeleland, in search of a better life:
Only one of many Mzilikazi Ndebeles who have lost sight of their ancestors can be cited as an example.
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