FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF MTHWAKAZI
With a long and unbroken history of common nationhood characterised by gallantry, love of one another and peaceful coexistence, the people of Beitbridge, Binga, Bubi-Umguza, Bulilima-Mangwe, Gwanda, Gwelo, Hwange, Insiza (incorporating areas of Bhelingwe), Kezi, Kwekwe, Lupane (incorporating areas of Gokwe), Nkayi (incorporating areas of Gokwe), Tsholotsho and Umzingwane have come together to reclaim and re-establish the great nation of the Federal Republic of Mthwakazi.
The Federal Republic Mthwakazi is built on solid values of liberty, democracy, independence and peace in solidarity and openness towards the world. The people of Mthwakazi, united in their diversity, are determined to live together in equality, mutual respect and recognition.
The sovereign power of the Federal Republic of Mthwakazi resides with the people. Government is an inviolable sacred trust of the people, the authority for which is derived from the people. The powers of government are exercised by the temporary civilian representatives of the people, and the benefits of which are enjoyed by the people.
The Federal Republic of Mthwakazi is a federation of Districts of Beitbridge, Binga, Bubi-Umguza, Bulilima-Mangwe, Gwanda, Gwelo, Hwange, Insiza (incorporating areas of Bhelingwe), Kezi, Kwekwe, Lupane (incorporating areas of Gokwe), Nkayi (incorporating areas of Gokwe), Tsholotsho and Umzingwane.
The Linguistic Communities
(1) The linguistic communities of the Federal Republic of Mthwakazi are: AbaThwa/Masarwa/Nama, Tonga; Nambya; Kalanga; Nguni; Sotho-Tswana and Venda.
(2) The Barwa are the first citizens and occupy a special place in the Federal Republic of Mthwakazi and a Federal law shall provide, through affirmative action, for their rapid sustainable development and for the preservation of their language, including through its teaching; and culture.
(1) The Federal Republic of Mthwakazi exists to protect the liberty and rights of the people and safeguards the independence and security of the Republic.
(2) It promotes common welfare, sustainable development and cultural diversity of the country.
(3) It ensures the highest possible degree of equal opportunities for all citizens.
(4) It strives to safeguard the long-term preservation of natural resources and to promote a just, peaceful and democratic international order.