INKHATA FREEDOM PARTY The Inkatha National Cultural Liberation Movement founded by Dr. Mangosuthu Buthelezi in 1975 had some of its roots in the cultural organisation, \"Inkatha\", established by King Solomon in the 1920\'s.
King Solomon\'s Inkatha was a sincere effort to warn his people of the dangers of the cultural domination and arrogance of, first, the British Imperialists and then the Afrikaners. It also served to acknowledge and to remind the people that African political institutions of the time were not necessarily undemocratic.
The philosophy of Ubuntu-Botho played a crucial role then as it does now in the struggle for the promotion of African patterns of thought and value systems. It has consistently underpinned all political developments and strategies undertaken by Inkatha in its various evolutionary stages. http://www.ifp.org.za/ In South Africa