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The website was launched in December 2000 as a project with the aims of providing the people of Matebeleland (Mthwakazi) with an information base and a forum to discuss issues ranging from politics, culture to religion.

The project was launched when it was very hard to get information for those in diaspora. At the time of the launch of the project, it was realised that the internet could be utilised as a useful networking tool for many homesick Mthwakazi children.

At the time, the circumstances made it difficult to get unbiased information about the situation back home. There were times when a single copy of the Herald was very precious in the UK. Certain articles and TV programs about present day Zimbabwe which appeared in the British and other overseas media for example were always highly valued as they were the only precious sources of information bar the dialogues with relatives back home.

Amongst other things, Inkundla was also introduced to allow Mthwakazians to continue to maintain their culture and tradition, to continue speak in the oral tradition of the elders and to proclaim their humanity.

This site has gradually grown and demonstrated that the rise of the internet and of email is wonderful opportunity for Mthwakazi.