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Vigil Background PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 03 October 2008 00:55
During visits in summer 2002, both Roy Bennett, MDC MP and Tony Reeler of the Amani Trust suggested a regular vigil against the illegitimate regime in Zimbabwe as an effective way to raise awareness in the UK to the plight of the Zimbabwean people, and cited the hugely successful pickets outside South Africa House during the time of apartheid. As a result the Central London Branch of the Movement for Democratic Change set up the Zimbabwe Vigil. The Vigil was launched on 12 October 2002 and has been held every Saturday since.

We welcome new members.

  • We meet whatever the weather!
  • Our colourful posters and banners and the singing and dancing draw lots of attention.
  • We hand out information flyers and newsletters.
  • Our petitions, which focus on human rights abuses and the suppression of democracy in Zimbabwe, have people queuing up to sign them.
  • Our main petition calling on the UN Security Council to send a team to Zimbabwe to investigate human rights abuses, was presented in great style in February, when it had reached around 16,000 signatures: one signature every 20 seconds. We are still collecting signatures for this petition.
  • Other petitions we have submitted:
    - protest at World Cup cricket matches in Zimbabwe,
    - a call for the continued suspension of Zimbabwe from the Commonwealth.
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What you can do PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Friday, 03 October 2008 15:41

The situation in Zimbabwe is worsening by the day. There are several things that you can do to help - you can raise awareness both locally and internationally or you can donate your time and money to help alleviate the suffering of ordinary Zimbabweans.

There are nearly 500 000 Zimbabweans currently living in the UK. Can you imagine the message that would be sent out if just one percent of that number joined us outside Zimbabwe House every Saturday? The most important thing you can do to help Zimbabwe is to start getting involved, there has never been a more important time to stand up and be counted. Your country needs you!

Here are just some of the things you can do -
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Rogues' Gallery PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Sunday, 05 October 2008 10:24
The following names of members of the police force and the CIO are repeatedly being mentioned by hundreds of MDC activists who have been arrested and tortured while in custody.

We appeal to the families, relatives and friends of these officers to restrain them. Think about the future.

Nationwide
Joseph Mwale Dhliwayo
Masvimbo Mavangira
Mutema Mathema
Makedenge Maranji
Chogugunda Masvongo
Mabunda Musariri
Muchaonyererwa Moyo
Khumalo Detete
Kawasekera Sibanda
Mukoli Mashavave
Tsvarai Nyatsine

Harare
1. Shirichena DZ Police
2. Jonga Kuwadzana
3. Chikande Harare Central
4. Skhova Harare Central
5. Nyathi Southerton
6. Shumba Harare Central
7. Chiyake Harare Central
8. Dzowa Harare Central
9. Dowa Harare Central
10. Duwa Harare Central
11. Marange Mbare Chief Superintendent
12. Stanley Marise CST Mbare Post
13. Dhliwayo Detective Insp. Law & Order – Harare central 4.Matsvaimbo “ “ “
14. Makedenge “ “ “

Chitungwiza
1. Mbedzi D Insp. St. Mary’s
2. Mtombeni Insp. Goromonzi District
3. Sanyateve Ass. Insp. Goromonzi District

Mash-East
1. Manyengwa Marondera Law & Order
2. Chapisa “ “ “
3. Muuya “ “ “
4. Mike Chinove “ “ (CIO)
5. Sydney “ “ “
6. Bvukumbwe “ “ “
7. Andrew Muzonzini Marondera CIO

Masvingo
1. Phinias Mwakaliwa Headlands
2. Ngewa CID Masvingo Central
3. Mlilo “ “ “
4. Hove ZRP “ “
5. Muchengadawa ZRP “ “

Midland North
11. Mudadi- Ass Insp. Head of Operations KwekweCentral Police
12. Chaminuka (PISI)
13. Panganai (Recently Transferred)
14. Zimbangu (PISI) Amaveni Station
15. Dube “ “ “
16. Zvavagora “ “ “
17. Chikanda “ “ “
18. Pasipatorwa (PISI) Mbizo Station – Now at Marondera rural
19. Sadomba Mbizo Station - Now Marondera Rural
20. Muza CIO Dist. Commanding Officer
21. Hungwe “
22. Godfrey Sengweni CIO
23. Mvenge
24. Chawasarira Redcliff Police Station
25. Nkomo Majora Police Station – Gokwe
26. Jiri (Now at Mbizo)
27. Marange Official Commanding OperationsGokweCentral
28. Dube CIO
29. Majongosi
30. Jowa (PISI) – Kwekwe Central
31. Millies Zhombe Police
32. Cst Ncube Rio Tinto
33. Insp. Humba Gokwe East
34. Mutora Nembudziya
35. Zvavagora Amaveni
36. Mampala CIO – Kwekwe
37. Insp. Musindazi Officer in charge – Mamina
38. CST Moyo Kadoma Central
39. Dispol Miner Makaza Kadoma rural
40. Magwemise ZRP Kadoma
41. Insp. Chidhuza Gokwe Central
42. T.K. CIO Gokwe Central

Midlands South
1. SGT Shumba
2. Munangangwa Cst Mkomba
3. Ncube SGT Gweru Central
4. Shereni “ “ “
5. Masuka Dispol – Nehanda
6. Mudenge CST Gweru Central
7. Ngazimbi “ “ “
8. Mawarire SGT Lower Gweru
9. Ncube Mutapa
10. Sibanda SGT Gweru Rural
11. Maidei “ “ “
12. Moyo “ Nehanda
13. Mangena “ Mkomba
14. Homu “ Nehanda
15. Mkwalo OIC Nehanda
16. Mamomembe SGT Mkomba
17. Garidzania SGT Nehanda
18. Mataruse OIC Mberengwa
19. Maguneyi SGT Gweru Central
20. Moyo CST Mtapa
21. Shumba SGT Senga
22. Ncube “ “

Mash Eat
1. Masholondengu CIO Murewa Centre
2. Banda “ “ “
3. Muzonzini CIO Chivhu
4. Bison Nyagura CIO Marondera
5. Spritantent Tsvarai CID Marondera
6. Chipembe CID Marondera
7. Auther Nyamuzuwe CID Marondera

Bulawayo
1. Banda Law & Order – Bulawayo Central
2. Gwenzi OIC – Nkukumane
3. Sibanda Law and Order – Bulawayo Central
4. Ladla “ “ “
5. Mhene CID – Gwanda
6. Shoko Insp. – MIC – Gwanda
7. Dende CID – CABS Building – Bulawayo
8. Insp. Martin Matira Bulawayo Central
9. Ngwenya Bulawayo Central

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