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Zimbabwe Vigil Diary – 2nd May 2009 PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 03 May 2009 15:02
A warm, sunny day – a promise of summer – cheered us up despite the frustrating news: no money for Zimbabwe and no real prospect of any while Mugabe remains in charge. Big surprise! 

Three months into the ‘unity’ government and there is still no agreement on crucial matters which should have been resolved at the beginning. People at the Vigil say SADC must intervene and ensure compliance with the global political agreement. 

Finance Minister Tendai Biti says the IMF estimates it will take 45 billion US dollars and five years to restore Zimbabwe to its position in 1995! Unless an immediate start is made even this target could be beyond hope.  

The Vigil believes SADC is responsible for allowing this situation to develop and must now follow up on its guarantee of the agreement. We accept Southern African countries do not have the financial resources to rescue Zimbabwe but recent comments by Zambia’s President Banda suggest they don’t have the understanding either.  Still, let’s see what Zuma will do before we lose all hope. 

Other points:
1.       The Vigil is encouraged that more organizations are taking up the humanitarian question of Zimbabwean jails. We salute Roy Bennett, Deputy Agriculture Minister-designate for calling for an amnesty for minor offenders to relieve congestion. We are also heartened to hear that the Red Cross is going in to Zimbabwean prisons to report on conditions.
2.       A British woman of Caribbean descent expressed amazement when she saw our photographs of conditions in Zimbabwe. She said ‘Mugabe must be mad’ – a further indication that support for Mugabe is fading.
3.       Vigil management member Patson Muzuwa reminded supporters of the ‘Strangers into Citizens’ rally on bank holiday Monday – see for your diary below for details. 
4.       Another reminder to supporters of the Mbira concert at SOAS next week – see below for details.
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We have been contacted by the International Organisation for Migration in London about a programme to help bring back on a short-term basis Zimbabwean health professionals and lecturers to support health institutions and the University Of Zimbabwe College Of Health Sciences. For more information check: http://www.iomlondon.org/zim/zim.html. 

For latest Vigil pictures checkour pictures page.

FOR THE RECORD: 272 signed the register. 

FOR YOUR DIARY:
·         Central London Zimbabwe
Forum. Monday 4th May. No forum because it’s a public holiday.
·         Strangers into Citizens’ Rally. Bank Holiday Monday 4th May at 12 noon in Trafalgar Square.  Meet in Tothill Street SW1 at 11.30 for walk to Trafalgar Square. The event is preceded by services in several churches including Westminster Cathedral, St Margaret’s, Parliament Square, and Central Hall, Westminster. For more information: www.strangersintocitizens.org.uk.
·         Mbira Seminar and Concert: Friday and Saturday 8th and 9th May. Seminar on Friday from 3-6 pm in the Khalili Lecture Theatre. Concert on Saturday at 7 pm in the Brunei Gallery. Entrance free. Address: School of Oriental and African Studies, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG. Features Professor Paul Berliner (Duke University) and Zimbabwean mbira dzaVadimu master Cosmas Magaya.
·         ROHR Derby launch meeting. Saturday 9th May from 1 – 6 pm. Venue: The Community Block, Pear Tree Community Junior School, Pear Tree Street, Derby DE23 8PN. Free parking. Contact: Tsitsi Razawe 07853508681, Chipo Nhandara 07767335586 or P Mapfumo 07915926323 / 07932216070.
·         ROHR Cambridge general meeting. Saturday 16th May from 1.30 – 5.30 pm. Venue: Arbury Community centre, Campkin Road, Cambridge CB4 2LD. Substantive committee to be elected. The ROHR President and his executive and a well known lawyer will be present. Get advice and learn more about your rights. Contact: Josephart Hapazari 07782398725, Maggie Jenkins 07894064600, A Mubaiwa 07846170094 or P Mapfumo 07915926323/07932216070.
·         ROHR Milton Keynes launch meeting. Saturday 23rd May. Venue: The Old Bath House, 205 Stratford Road, Wolverton, Milton Keynes MK12 5RL. Contact Martha Jiya  07727016098, Josephine Sibongile Phiri 07853572982 / 07930276126, P Mandere 07946717754 or P Mapfumo 07915926323 / 07932216070.
·         First Zimbabwe Vigil Forum. Saturday 23rd May at 6.30 pm. Upstairs at the Theodore Bullfrog, John Adam Street, London WC2N 6HL.
·         Service of solidarity with the torture survivors of Zimbabwe.  Friday 26th June from 7 – 8 pm. Venue: Southwark Cathedral. This is the 8th year the Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum has marked UN International Day in Support of Victims of Torture. For more information, visit: http://www.hrforumzim.com.
·         Zimbabwe Association’s Women’s Weekly Drop-in Centre. Fridays 10.30 am – 4 pm. Venue: The Fire Station Community and ICT Centre, 84 Mayton Street, London N7 6QT, Tel: 020 7607 9764. Nearest underground: Finsbury Park. For more information contact the Zimbabwe Association 020 7549 0355 (open Tuesdays and Thursdays). 

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Zimbabwe Vigil Diary – 25th April 2009 PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 26 April 2009 17:17
Another big turnout. Our average attendance for the first four months of the year was 279. The average for the same period last year was 198. We remember the days when we were happy to get 30. People come hundreds of miles to join us in our weekly protest – some undoubtedly because they believe that being a ‘Vigil Activist’ will help their asylum claim.  But that doesn’t explain why people still keep coming even when their asylum status has been resolved. They share our belief expressed in one of our banners ‘No to Mugabe, No to Starvation’.  

We expect a smaller turnout next week because the Vigil coincides with a meeting in Peterborough (some 85 miles from London) at which Tendai Biti is to address MDC supporters. 

We hope they ask him what he wants them to do: is it to continue their financial contributions to the party and keep quiet about the failure to establish the rule of law and respect for human rights?  Is it to return home to this situation? Is it to pressure Western governments to finance a bloated Zimbabwean civil service payroll including Green Bombers and Zanu-PF thugs? The Vigil hopes that, while we wave the flag for Zimbabwe in London, people attending Mr Biti’s meeting in Peterborough will ask him why the MDC has been silent about the SABC’s revelations of barbaric prison conditions in Zimbabwe and remind him there is such a thing as quiet complicity. They might also ask him to explain exactly why the UK should ever lift targeted sanctions against Mugabe and his murderous gang? We say ‘No to Mugabe (and thanks largely to the US and the EU) No to Starvation’.  

There was much talk at the Vigil about the South African elections and many were hopeful that President Zuma would be better for Zimbabwe than the disastrous Mbeki.  

Several other points:
·        We have booked the upstairs room at the Theodore Bullfrog on Saturday 23rd May at 6.30 pm
until late for a Vigil forum. This is the first of our monthly forums to enable us to get to know each other better and offer input about the way forward for the Vigil.
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Through illness and other commitments the Vigil management team were scarce on the ground today. Many thanks to Reginald Gwasura, Linda Hopkins, Tafadzwa Madjgara and Batson Chapata who stepped in to help with the Vigil register, the sale of t-shirts and general running of the Vigil.
·        We were joined by a group of schoolchildren from St Malo in France over in London
for a few days. They joined enthusiastically in the dancing.
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We were happy to have back with us David McAllister who has been working as an IT manager on a round-the-world cruise liner but still managed to maintain our websites which he set up.
·        After our Independence Day protest last week, Batson Chapata and Fungayi Manhunu were interviewed by BBC Three Counties radio.  They spoke about prison conditions in Zimbabwe
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·        We urge everyone to support a musical initiative by the School of Oriental and African Studies in London. On Friday 8th May from 3-6 pm in the Khalili Lecture Theatre they are holding a seminar with Professor Paul Berliner (Duke University) and Zimbabwean mbira dzaVadimu master Cosmas Magaya. The seminar will focus on their 35-year endeavour to document the music and performance contexts of the mbira, and will include plenty of playing! All welcome and those who play mbira are invited to bring along their instruments. On Saturday 9th May at 7pm Paul and Cosmas will perform in a concert featuring a combination of performance and storytelling. ‘This concert will be at once a tribute to the mbira greats that have passed away and a poignant exposition of the intersection between human rights and music in Zimbabwe’.  The concert will take place in the Brunei Gallery, SOAS, Russell Square campus.  Entrance to both events is free! Vigil supporter Kudaushe Matimba, a former member of the Bhundu Boys and a postgraduate student at SOAS, is involved in this concert. 

For latest Vigil pictures checkour pictures page 

FOR THE RECORD: 270 signed the register.  

FOR YOUR DIARY:
·        Central London Zimbabwe Forum.Monday 27th April at 7.30 pm. Dr Alex Magaisa will talk about the chances of Zimbabwe's recovery plan working.Venue: Bell and Compass, 9-11 Villiers Street, London WC2N 6NA, next to Charing Cross Station at the corner of Villiers Street and John Adam Street.
·        ROHR South East London launch meeting. Saturday 2nd May from 1.30 – 5 pm. Venue: Wessex House, 375 Old Kent Road, Bermondsey, London SE1 5JQ. For info contact Priscilla Chitsinde 07853199722, R Zvomuya 07961418715 or P Mapfumo 07915926323/07932216070
·        ROHR Leeds general meeting. Saturday 2nd May from 1.30 – 5.30 pm. Venue: Dock Green Inn, Leeds
LS9 7AB. Contact: Wonder M Mubaiwa 07958758568, Donna Mugoni 07533259373 or B Sikosana 07940181761
·        ROHR Bournemouth general meeting. Saturday 2nd May from 1.30 – 5.30 pm. Venue: East Cliff Reformed Church, Holdenhurst Road, BH8 8AW. Contact: Mike Mhene 07774521837, Abigail Nzimba 07917458873 or Gift Pfupa 07909831158.
·        ROHR Harlow general meeting. Saturday 2nd May from 1.30 – 5.30 pm. Venue St James & St Luke's Church, Perry Road, Harlow CM18 7NP
. Speakers from the executive and others. Contact: Kuda C Sabau 07853205523, L Kashangura 07506481334 or Grace Kachingwe 07785017858
Strangers into Citizens’ Rally. Bank Holiday Monday 4th May at 12 noon in Trafalgar Square.  Meet in Tothill Street SW1 at 11.30 for walk to Trafalgar Square. The event is preceded by services in  several churches including Westminster Cathedral, St Margaret’s, Parliament Square and Central Hall, Westminster. For more information: www.strangersintocitizens.org.uk.
·        Mbira Seminar and Concert: Friday and Saturday 8th and 9th May. Seminar on Friday from 3-6 pm in the Khalili Lecture Theatre. Concert on Saturday at 7 pmin the Brunei Gallery. Entrance free. Address: Scholl of Oriental and African Studies,Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London, WC1H 0XG. Features Professor Paul Berliner (Duke University)and Zimbabwean mbira dzaVadimu master Cosmas Magaya.
·        ROHR Cambridge general meeting.
Saturday 16th May from 1.30 – 5.30 pm. Venue: Arbury Community centre, Campkin Road, Cambridge CB4 2LD. Substantive committee to be elected. The ROHR President and his executive and a well known lawyer will be present. Get advice and learn more about your rights. Contact: Josephart Hapazari 07782398725, Maggie Jenkins 07894064600, A Mubaiwa 07846170094 or P Mapfumo 07915926323/07932216070.
·       First Zimbabwe Vigil Forum. Saturday 23rd May at 6.30 pm. Upstairs at the Theodore Bullfrog, John Adam Street, London WC2N 6HL.
·        Service of solidarity with the torture survivors of Zimbabwe.  Friday 26th June from 7 – 8 pm. Venue: Southwark Cathedral. This is the 8th year the Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum has marked UN International Day in Support of Victims of Torture. For more information, visit: http://www.hrforumzim.com.
·        Zimbabwe Association’s Women’s Weekly Drop-in Centre. Fridays 10.30 am – 4 pm. Venue: The Fire Station Community and ICT Centre, 84 Mayton Street, London N7 6QT, Tel: 020 7607 9764. Nearest underground: Finsbury Park. For more information contact the Zimbabwe Association 020 7549 0355 (open Tuesdays and Thursdays). 

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Zimbabwe Vigil Diary – 18th April 2009 PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 19 April 2009 16:57
ZimVigil protest at the abuse suffered in Zimbabwe prisonsThere was considerable media interest in our Independence Day protest about the conditions in Zimbabwean prisons. TV and press photographers vied for the best shots. Public attention was grabbed by graphic pictures of starving prisoners and bodies piled high in Mugabe’s hell-holes. Many passers-by stopped to add their names to a special petition to SADC: “A petition to Zimbabwe’s neighbours: We call upon the Southern African Development Community – as guarantors of the Zimbabwe power-sharing agreement – to put pressure on the new Zimbabwean government of national unity to stop the blatant abuse of human rights of prisoners in Zimbabwe who are dying of starvation, disease and torture.” Our protest was given added urgency by a report that cholera has begun to spread in prison.  

Patson Muzuwa of the Vigil management team explained the Vigil’s demand that the prison population be reduced to a level where those incarcerated could be properly fed and housed. Otherwise we were looking at a genocide. Patson, who has been imprisoned several times for his activism, described the abuses of a gulag system in which innocent people could be completely lost to the outside world.  Batson Chapata also talked of his horrific experiences in Zimbabwean prisons – going naked because clothes were not provided, having to eat food not fit for human consumption to stay alive and not being allowed to respond to calls of nature with the resultant filth in the cells. Batson was imprisoned for political activities in 1998 and prison conditions have deteriorated even further since then. 

Ephraim Tapa, another member of the management team and Founder and President of Restoration of Human Rights in Zimbabwe (ROHR), put our protest in the context of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. He pointed to the Jewish Holocaust and said that in a way it could be compared to what was happening in Zimbabwe.  Our poster “Holocaust conditions in Zimbabwe’s prisons” will continue to feature in future Vigils until something is done about this crime against humanity. Ephraim went on to say “they can’t feed them, clothe them . . . . they are treated worse than pigs or dogs. Whoever – Mugabe or Tsvangirai – is in power we must have our human rights.” The Vigil was calling for an amnesty because prisoners were in most cases suffering far more than their crimes deserved.  

On another matter, our petition about aid to Zimbabwe has been amended to take in some suggestions and now reads “A petition to the UK government: We welcome the UK’s humanitarian assistance to Zimbabwe but call on the UK government to withhold development aid until it is confident that the money will benefit the people rather than the corrupt Mugabe regime.” The Vigil management team met after the Vigil and agreed to hold a monthly forum on the last Saturday of every month starting on 31st May (subject to venue availability).  The team wants the opportunity to get to know supporters better and find out what skills and resources people have to offer.  Another decision was to form a stewardship group to make new supporters welcome. 

For latest Vigil pictures check: http://www.flickr.com/photos/zimbabwevigil/ 

FOR THE RECORD: 362 signed the register. 

FOR YOUR DIARY:
·         Central London Zimbabwe Forum. Monday 20th April at 7.30 pm. Political analyst, blogger and writer Musekiwa Makwanya will speak about the future of the GNU.  Venue: Bell and Compass, 9-11 Villiers Street, London, WC2N 6NA, next to Charing Cross Station at the corner of Villiers Street and John Adam Street.
·         Fundraising for the Vigil at the London Marathon. Sunday 26th April.  Steve Garvey, teacher at the Dolphin School, Battersea, is running in the London Marathon to raise money on behalf of the Vigil.
·         ROHR Leeds general meeting. Saturday, 2nd May from 1.30 – 5 pm. Venue: Dock Green Inn, Leeds LS9 7AB. Contact: Wonder M Mubaiwa 07958758568, Donna Mugoni 07533259373 or B Sikosana 07940181761
·         ‘Strangers into Citizens’ Rally. Bank Holiday Monday 4th May at 12 noon in Trafalgar Square.  Meet in Tothill Street SW1 at 11.30 for walk to Trafalgar Square. The event is preceded by services in  several churches including Westminster Cathedral, St Margaret’s, Parliament Square and Central Hall, Westminster. For more information: www.strangersintocitizens.org.uk.
·         First Zimbabwe Vigil Forum. Proposed date: Saturday, 31st May. Date to be confirmed once venue secured.
·         Service of solidarity with the torture survivors of Zimbabwe.  Friday 26th June from 7 – 8 pm. Venue: Southwark Cathedral. This is the 8th year the Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum has marked UN International Day in Support of Victims of Torture.
·         Zimbabwe Association’s Women’s Weekly Drop-in Centre. Fridays 10.30 am – 4 pm. Venue: The Fire Station Community and ICT Centre, 84 Mayton Street, London N7 6QT, Tel: 020 7607 9764. Nearest underground: Finsbury Park. For more information contact the Zimbabwe Association 020 7549 0355 (open Tuesdays and Thursdays).
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Zimbabwe Vigil Diary – 11th April 2009 PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 12 April 2009 17:38

The Vigil discussed plans for Independence Day on Saturday 18th April and agreed to mark the occasion by calling for an amnesty for prisoners in Zimbabwe.  The Zanu-MDC government has done nothing – despite the worldwide revulsion – to address the horrendous prison conditions shown in the recent SABC television report.   

Starvation, disease, filthy overcrowding – to add to the routine brutality and torture: prison in Zimbabwe can be a death sentence.   

The Vigil believes that the Zimbabwean government must only imprison the number of people it can cope with humanely according to generally agreed standards. Others can be given non-custodial penalties. After all, most of those released from prison will be saints compared to Zanu-PF’s murderous thugs still causing havoc in Zimbabwe. 

We will take a collection on Independence Day to help pay for food for those starving in prison.  

There was an enormous turnout despite the Easter holidays. Many people phoned to ask whether there was going to be a Vigil because it was Easter.  We said human rights abuses don’t take a holiday in Zimbabwe. 

The Vigil also discussed plans to lobby the UK government against allowing in the Zanu-PF Foreign Minister Mudenge. He has been proposed as part of a Zimbabwean delegation to come to Europe to ask for money.  We will point out that the delegation does not need a Zanu-PF representative – especially one subject to targeted sanctions – as the begging function has been devolved to the MDC in the unity government. 

Some other points:
·        Vigil supporters were sorry to hear that long-term supporter Geraldine Takundwa was seriously ill with a stomach ulcer.  We took a collection which a group took to her after the Vigil. 
·        A supporter from Northampton was distraught when she found she had lost her return ticket – happily she was rescued by Patson who found a group who had space in their car to take her back to Northampton (75 miles away). 

For latest Vigil pictures check: http://www.flickr.com/photos/zimbabwevigil/ 

FOR THE RECORD: 277 signed the register. 

FOR YOUR DIARY:
·        Central London Zimbabwe Forum. No forum on Monday 13th April because it’s a public holiday.
·        ROHR Coventry fundraising event. Saturday 18th April. Time and venue to be advised.  Contact: E Nyakudya on 07876796129, M Sibanda 07788560068, P Makuwere 07533332306 or M Vijay on 07957907616
·        ROHR Leeds general meeting. Saturday 25th April from 1.30 – 5 pm. Venue: Dock Green Inn, Leeds LS9 7AB. Contact: Wonder M Mubaiwa 07958758568, Donna Mugoni 07533259373 or B Sikosana 07940181761
·        Fundraising for the Vigil at the London Marathon. Sunday 26th April.  Steve Garvey, teacher at the Dolphin School, Battersea, is running in the London Marathon to raise money on behalf of the Vigil.
·        ‘Strangers into Citizens’ Rally. Bank Holiday Monday 4th May at 12 noon in Trafalgar Square.  Meet in Tothill Street SW1 at 11.30 for walk to Trafalgar Square. The event is preceded by services in a several churches including Westminster Cathedral, St Margaret’s, Parliament Square and Central Hall, Westminster. For more information: www.strangersintocitizens.org.uk.
·        Service of solidarity with the torture survivors of Zimbabwe.  Friday 26th June from 7 – 8 pm. Venue: Southwark Cathedral. This is the 8th year the Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum has marked UN International Day in Support of Victims of Torture.
·        Zimbabwe Association’s Women’s Weekly Drop-in Centre. Fridays 10.30 am – 4 pm. Venue: The Fire Station Community and ICT Centre, 84 Mayton Street, London N7 6QT, Tel: 020 7607 9764. Nearest underground: Finsbury Park. For more information contact the Zimbabwe Association 020 7549 0355 (open Tuesdays and Thursdays).

 

 
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Zimbabwe Vigil Diary – 4th April 2009 PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 05 April 2009 16:33

Much talk at the Vigil about the plight of Zimbabwean prisoners. Most of us knew about the dreadful conditions in Zimbabwean prisons – some because we had experienced them ourselves. But such is the power of television that we were all shocked by the SABC report exposing the holocaust. We were sickened to hear Justice Minister Chinamasa say that the SABC pictures couldn’t have shown the situation in Zimbabwean prisons because cameras are not allowed in and the pictures must have been from some other country.  The only encouraging thing was that the SABC has finally cast aside its blinkers and decided to show what the situation in Zimbabwe is really like. 

The feeling at the Vigil was that something must be done immediately to save these poor devils starving to death. We despair of the new government. How can the MDC allow this situation to continue when so many of their own people are incarcerated?  

We noticed that Finance Minister Biti is now bleating about sanctions. What is he talking about? Has he been hypnotized? Has he not taken aboard the message that the West is not going to give money to Mugabe? People at the Vigil commented that the MDC ministers are beginning to sound and behave more and more like Zanu-PF. We were appalled that they were so keen to grab their new Mercedes instead of taking the opportunity to make a telling point to the world by refusing them.   

A lady from Botswana came past the Vigil and said she didn’t like our petition. Here it is: “A Petition to the UK Government:  In the light of the Zimbabwean power-sharing agreement, we call upon the UK government to withhold government aid to Zimbabwe until they can ensure that any aid will benefit the people rather than the corrupt Mugabe regime.” We can’t understand her complaint. Is the West expected to keep Zanu PF in power? Let SADC pay. 

It was an unusual Vigil because the Water Board had invaded our space and caged off two of our trees and one of our lampposts.  Renewal of sewerage they said – pretty appropriate for Zimbabwe!  We made the most of the barriers to display our posters showing the tortured and beaten. Despite the unity government we are told that there is still a lot of fear. Newly arrived Zimbabwean children are apparently too scared to come to the Vigil because of possible repercussions back home. 

For latest Vigil pictures check: http://www.flickr.com/photos/zimbabwevigil/ 

FOR THE RECORD: 310 signed the register. 

FOR YOUR DIARY:
·         Central London Zimbabwe Forum. Monday 6th April at 7.30 pm. Venue: Bell and Compass, 9-11 Villiers Street, London, WC2N 6NA, next to Charing Cross Station at the corner of Villiers Street and John Adam Street.       
·        ROHR Liverpool general meeting. Saturday, 11th April. Venue: Prescot Lodge, 52-56 Prescot Road, Fairfield, Liverpool L7 0JA.  Contact: D Chimuka on 07917733711 or P Mapfumo on 07932216070   
·        ROHR Chelmsford general meeting. Saturday 18th April from1.30 – 5.30 pm. Venue: Springfield Parish Hall Centre, CM1 6GX. Sadza, Mazondo, neMaguru plus Zim music zviri jahwi. Remember it's Independence Day in Zimbabwe what do you say, are you free? Contact: Billy R Machekano 07908332724
/07765459538, Robert Mafigo 07944815190, Tendai Gwanzura 07961702832 or Faith Benesi 07958650670.
·        ROHR Coventry fashion show. Saturday 18th April from 3 pm – 2 am. Venue:  Stoke Aldermoor Community Centre, 3 Acorn Street, Stoke Aldermoor CV3 1DP. Contact: V J Mujeye 07534034594, Pauline Makuwerere 07533332306, Nash 07886660392, Christine Katsande 07958560094
·        ROHR Leeds general meeting. Saturday, 25th April from 1.30 – 5 pm. Venue: Dock Green Inn, Leeds LS9 7AB. Contact: Wonder M Mubaiwa 07958758568, Donna Mugoni 07533259373 or B Sikosana 07940181761
·         Fundraising for the Vigil at the London Marathon. Sunday, 26th April.  Steve Garvey, teacher at the Dolphin School, Battersea, is running in the London Marathon to raise money on behalf of the Vigil.
·         Zimbabwe Association’s Women’s Weekly Drop-in Centre. Fridays 10.30 am – 4 pm. Venue: The Fire Station Community and ICT Centre, 84 Mayton Street, London N7 6QT, Tel: 020 7607 9764. Nearest underground: Finsbury Park. For more information contact the Zimbabwe Association 020 7549 0355 (open Tuesdays and Thursdays).
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