Mission Statement

By Peter Kuthan / AZFA
As far as access to modern information and communication technology is concerned, the actual landscape of the Cyberworld is characterised by a huge digital divide between the "haves" and the "have-nots". This refers not only to the technological aspect of imbalanced information channels and infrastructure, but also to content development which reflects the hegemony of the main players in this field.
On the new world map of the worldwide web Africa in particular has become again (or still is) "the Dark Continent".

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Statement of Purpose

By Keith Goddard
The Valley Tonga are the third-largest ethnic group in Zimbabwe and the most marginalised in the country. They are largely cut off from the benefits which automatically acrue to other Zimbabweans, especialy those in urban areas. They were removed from their habitat to make way for the building of Kariba dam which brought electricity to the rest of Zimbabwe and huge commercial benefits from tourism. These benefits have all but completely bypassed the Tonga.

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On the Domainname MULONGA

By Dominic Muntanga
Tonga is synonymous to "the people of the great river". MULONGA is a term which summaries that concept. This is a term deeply rooted in the history that we as Tonga people share, both Zambian and Zimbabwean. For the Tonga people like me, there is something deeply biblical about the word MULONGA, yet it is a modern story too. One of massive but unshared technology. One of plentiful water but perpetual drought.

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