Mthwakazi Liberation Front Chairman Crispen Nyoni said his party’s aim is to bring about an independent Ndebele state
Zimbabwe has yet another political party following the launch this week of the Bulawayo-based Mthwakazi Liberation Front led by Fidelis Ncube, former commander of the Zimbabwe Peoples Revolutionary Army or ZIPRA, in the 1970s liberation war.
The party was launched Tuesday in Stanley Square in Bulawayo's Makokoba suburb.
Another prominent figure in the party is Max Mnkandla, leader of the Zimbabwe Liberators Platform Peace Initiative, a veterans association.
Mthwakazi Liberation Front Chairman Crispen Nyoni told VOA Studio 7 reporter Brenda Moyo that his party’s aim is to bring about an independent Ndebele state.