Most of the things you have labeled as "tenses" in the "nouns" category and the "verbs" category seem more like particles or cases to me. Some of them are in fact tenses, but as has already been stated, they apply to verbs, not nouns.
I have no beef with your category labeled as "Noun "To Be"" other than the fact that "to be" is not a noun. lol. To be is a verb. If you've come up with some clever way to turn "to be" into a noun other than in the form of "beingness" (which I don't think is even a word, lol) then I'd be very interested to hear about it. However, it's important to point out that an inaccurate label (or several inaccurate labels) is (/are) no cause to dismiss the actual substance of your work. I like the way you have your copula (that's what the "to be" verb is generally called) inflecting for person.
Also, I'd like to point out that your honorifics are just that: honorifics, and as such (to my knowledge) cannot be classed as either nouns or verbs; especially not verbs. lol.
You've definitely got something going here, you just need to spend a little bit of time on Wikipedia, familiarize yourself with the IPA, and brush up on your terminology a bit so that you can better and more accurately express your hard work. I'd very much like to see the revised version of this document (along with an update containing a little more material) when you have.
PS: Love the name; Makurungou. That is quite epic indeed.
PPS: If your problem with the IPA is not a lack of familiarity, but a lack of knowledge as merely how to type the characters into your browser, just do what I do. Just go to Wikipedia, punch in IPA, and scroll down to the two charts. One contains all the consonants in a graph organized into their respective categories. The other one, as you'd imagine, contains the vowels, also organized cleverly. Simply copy and paste them from the chart. Bam. Problem solved.