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Refutation of the allegations made against the Vigil and ROHR PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 09 July 2017 19:51

From Rose Benton: The story from Silvanos Mudzvova that a collection was made for him at the Vigil of 17/09/2016 is untrue. No collection was made for him at the Vigil and he never phoned me and I had no missed calls. I always respond to missed calls and try to help the caller.   

 

For the record every penny John Burke put into the ROHR and Vigil accounts was sent to support our programmes in Zimbabwe. His contributions were made unconditionally and voluntarily. He was never asked for money. Whenever I thanked him, his response was that it was better to give the money to the Vigil and ROHR rather than the taxman. Ephraim Tapa and I prepared accounts to show that the money had been sent to Zimbabwe and how it had been spent there to present to the ROHR Conference of October 2016. Because of the disruption at the Conference there was no opportunity to present the figures. The figures are available and can be presented.

 

Some time ahead of the conference John spoke of his plans to book a two-night stay and conference facilities at a hotel. I warned him that he would be very unlikely to be repaid by all the participants and suggested that a simpler plan would be more in keeping with our organisations such as booking a room for the afternoon at a venue close to the Vigil. He was adamant he wanted to go ahead with his plan and my fears were borne out.

 

 

From Ephraim Tapa: Following the highly successful walk last Saturday, ROHR and the Zimvigil are under attack. They have singled out Ephraim Tapa, and co-ordinator Rose Benton as targets for their attacks. One may be wondering what this is all about.  The success of ZimPAP since its launch in December 2016 has disturbed the waters; it's causing enemies of the Zimbabwean people and proxies of Zanu PF troubling headaches. I now believe by launching ZimPAP, we have touched a raw nerve. 

 

The truth of the matter is that the Zimeye owner is a self-declared enemy of the Zimvigil and ROHR. From 2010 to date, he has not missed an opportunity to pull my person and ROHR down. Today's attack is only one of many before and perhaps more to come.  The Zimeye website seems to be used by anyone who has an axe to grind against Ephraim Tapa or the causes of ROHR or the Zimbabwe Vigil.

 

Silvanos Mudzvova: we do not know this man. He called me on 18th April and stated that he had been told that money had been collected for him at the Vigil towards his hospital fees. He queried why the money had not reached him. I responded by advising him that I was not aware of such a collection, that whoever was claiming that was up to some mischief making and invited him to attend the following Vigil (22nd April) to allow us to establish the truth. He then cut off the phone. When I tried calling his number again a couple of times I did not get through. I then texted him the following message: ‘I will be investigating your claims. Like I said I don’t handle such monies at all. May I invite you to come to the Vigil this Saturday (22/04/2017) so we can get to the bottom of this.’ He did not turn up at the Vigil. As such, it is an utter and absurd lie that we collected for this man when he was in Zimbabwe. We have never mentioned his name at the Vigil. Simply put, we don't know him. We suspect he is being used to further the interests of our detractors.  

 

But why all this now? You will all be aware that John Burke (a British man of pensionable age who prides himself in our black sisters, throws his money around, and knows nothing about Zimbabwe) tried to hijack ROHR at the October 2016 conference by spreading falsehoods against me and he failed dismally. You are also aware that he hijacked the ROHR Facebook page, the money raised from the Brighton and Croydon walks and ROHR's new website. He is currently using these instruments to prop up a fake ROHR. Going by today's attack, it is clear that John Burke, Silvanos and Zimeye are not happy with the successes against the Mugabe regime that ROHR and the Vigil continue to post week in week out; that they are angry their plans are not working but that they are determined to continue fighting from Mugabe's corner.  

 

To all of us, this attack is confirmation that Mugabe and his friends feel the pain, that we are making progress and that we are on track!  In the following days beginning now, we shall be exploring all avenues seeking for advice as to stop this libellous activity. We have never minded them for it is pointless, and we wonder why we are their business. We shall have to escalate our activities. Kuti Satan abhowekane! Together we can and we will! Aluta!!!!

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Walk for peace – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary: 1st July 2017 PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 04 July 2017 11:02

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Thirty people joined the Vigil at the Embassy after a 15-mile walk to raise funds for the Zimbabwe Peace Actors’ Platform (ZimPAP) which seeks to train 100,000 civilian peacekeepers for next year’s elections.

The thirty included Margaret Munenge’s toddler Ethan (who made his mother walk twice the distance) but excluded the twins expected by heavily pregnant Etines Kapiya, who also completed the walk.

Waving posters, they were singing as they came to join us down the Strand, conveniently closed to traffic by demonstrators complaining about financial ‘austerity’ in the UK.

Ephraim Tapa, President of the Restoration of Human Rights in Zimbabwe, wondered ruefully whether the British protesters knew what austerity really was. He awarded certificates to those who completed the walk, which was organised by ROHR to help finance a joint civil society initiative to educate rural people on their constitutional rights and overcome fear and intimidation. 

A graphic insight into Zimbabwean-style ‘austerity’ in the rural areas comes from a pastor in the Bulawayo area who is supported by members of the Vigil. Asked in an interview about the mood of the people, he said, ‘They are sad, very depressed.  The only time they are happy is when they receive food from us.’

The pastor went on: ‘There is a lot of witchcraft going on around Zim as well as in the church.  The reason is because of suffering due to the economy collapsing.  Most businesses have closed down and people can’t get jobs so can’t get money to pay their bills, or buy food, or school fees, or get treated for their illnesses. There is a high level of corruption and as a result people seek the services of false prophets and nyangas. 

‘There is a group of intercessors at Nkulumane.  The pastor’s son (6) was stolen.  The intercessors began to pray and alerted us to pray when the child had been missing for two days.  The person who had kidnapped the child also stole three other children. On the third day he was travelling in his car, on the way to South Africa, when it broke down. He asked for help from three male passers-by and one of them (related to the pastor) recognized the missing child.  They asked where the boy was going to and they became aggressive with the driver and even threatened to kill him. The driver pleaded with them to allow him to phone his boss in South Africa and the South African offered them USD20 000 if they promised not to report the case. However the men phoned the police, who came out and took the man in and towed the car to the police station.  The number of the South African was also given to the police. The boys were all returned safely to their families.  Sadly we cannot be sure the police will take action as they are greedy for money.

‘In the newspaper it was reported that a girl (15) was found in a state of decomposition with body parts missing. Four families came to claim the body hoping it was their child. Also in many churches leaders are focusing on miracles and healing for which the congregation have to pay.’

The pastor added: ‘Jealousy is widespread among families because they cannot meet their basic needs, especially if one part of the family has children supporting them from outside the country. Because the needs are so great people are just looking out for themselves and neglecting other relatives.  Married couples are breaking up bitterly and often the children are deserted. I have many times tried to bring some new street kids back to the family but often the parents don’t even want them. The children say they are happier to be away from the relatives.

‘Very old people are also deserted by the family members who leave and never send anything for them.  I have many grandparents now.

‘Another thing that is difficult for me is children dying from malnutrition; up to five a month.  At the cemetery in Luveve the ground is spreading with children’s graves. According to traditional beliefs if a child is less than three months the women are expected to bury the child, especially very elderly women. This is very difficult to watch. These things keep us on our knees.’

We are withholding the name of the pastor for his own safety. For the full interview check our campaigns page: http://www.zimvigil.co.uk/vigil-news/campaign-news/870-interview-with-matabeleland-pastor.

Other points

  • Thanks to Daizy Fabian who organised the walk and to Sipho Ndlovu who worked out the route from Ilford to the Vigil. Sipho recently cycled 324 miles to raise funds for ZimPAP.  Thanks to all the walkers: George Chinamora, Enniah Dube, Daizy Fabian, Joshua Kahari, Etines Kapiya, Fungayi Mabhunu, Gloria Mabika, Alice Majola, Chido Makawa, Heather Makawa, Michelle Makoni, Rosemary Maponga, Charles Mararirakwenda, Patricia Masamba, Nyarai Masango, Nyarai Masvosva, Cephas Maswoswa, Margaret Munenge (and Ethan), Esther Munyira, Fungisai Mupandira, Charles Mupawose, Sally Mutseyami, Faith Ndhlovu, Sipho Ndlovu, Rumbidzayi Sambana, Maxmus Savanhu, Michael Sirewu, Xoliso Sithole and Ephraim Tapa. Special thanks from Daizy to: Bianca Mpawanenda for providing water, to Chido (head of first aiders) and the other first aiders: Rosemary, Fungisai, Patricia and Michelle. Thanks also to the marshals: Maxmus, Fungayi, Cephas, Xoliso, Rumbidzayi and Charles Marirakwenda and to the publicity team led by Sally (Salani). Photos and videos of the walk are posted on our facebook pages. Check the last item on 'Events and Notices' for links.
  • Thanks to those who came early to help set up: Mavis Chisvo, Isabell Gwatidzo, Josephine Jombe, Barbara Kachidza, Jonathan Kariwo, Phillip Mahlahla, Nancy Makurira, Eletha Mpofu, Roseline Mukucha, Alfredy Mukuvare, Shiellah Mushunje, Mduduzi Ndlovu, Edmore Pedzisai, Jennipher Sabe, Benson Tsikwa and Ben Jnr Tsikwa. Thanks to Roseline, Josephine and Mavis for looking after the front table, to Nancy, Patience and Ben Tsikwa Jnr for handing out flyers and selling wristbands and to Alfredy, Phillip, Mduduzi, Jonathan and Edmore for putting up the banners.
  • Special thanks to Deborah Harry and Mercy Bayipayi for bringing sadza and stew to fundraise for ZimPAP, to Patricia Masamba for providing sandwiches for the walkers, to Lucia Mudzimu for bringing fat cakes and nuts to share and to Barbara Kachidza who opened the Vigil with prayer.

For latest Vigil pictures check: http://www.flickr.com/photos/zimbabwevigil/. Please note: Vigil photos can only be downloaded from our Flickr website. The facebook page for our sister organisation Restoration of Human Rights in Zimbabwe (ROHR) (https://www.facebook.com/ROHR-Zimbabwe-Restoration-of-Human-Rights-301811392835) has been hijacked by destructive elements from a group calling itself ZHRO. Please be advised that any postings on this page are not posted by ROHR.

FOR THE RECORD: 60 signed the register.

EVENTS AND NOTICES:

  • Swaziland Vigil. Saturday 8th July from 10 am to 1 pm outside the Swaziland High Commission, 20 Buckingham Gate, London SW1E 6LB.
  • ROHR Central London branch meeting. Saturday 15th July from 11.30 am – 1.30 pm. Venue: 4th floor, Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XX. Contact: Daisy Fabian 07708653640, Maxmus Savanhu 07397809056, Sipho Ndlovu 07400566013.
    ROHR Slough branch fundraiser. Saturday 29th July 2017 from 17.30 – 23.30. Venue: Zaza’s Restaurant, 108A Whitechapel Rd, London E1 1JE. Contact Patricia Masamba (Chair) 07708116625, Casper Nyamakura  (Fundraiser) 07577666912. Nkosinkona Tshabangu (Vice Chair) 07539658455 and Fungisai Mupandira (Organising Secretary) 07468504393
  • ROHR National Executive meeting. Saturday 5th August from 11 am. Venue: The Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XX.
  • The Restoration of Human Rights in Zimbabwe (ROHR) is the Vigil’s partner organization based in Zimbabwe. ROHR grew out of the need for the Vigil to have an organization on the ground in Zimbabwe which reflected the Vigil’s mission statement in a practical way. ROHR in the UK actively fundraises through membership subscriptions, events, sales etc to support the activities of ROHR in Zimbabwe. Please note that the official website of ROHR Zimbabwe is http://www.rohrzimbabwe.org/. Any other website claiming to be the official website of ROHR in no way represents us.
  • Zimbabwe Action Forum (ZAF) meets regularly after the Vigil to discuss ways to help those back in Zimbabwe to fight oppression and achieve true democracy.
  • Zimbabwe Yes We Can Movement holds meetings in London as the political face of ROHR and the Vigil.
  • Zimbabwe Vigil Highlights 2016 can be viewed on this link: http://www.zimvigil.co.uk/vigil-news/campaign-news/843-zimbabwe-vigil-highlights-2016. Links to previous years’ highlights are listed on 2016 Highlights page.
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Interview with Matabeleland Pastor PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 02 July 2017 11:49

What time do you get up and what time do you go to bed?
My prayer time is 3 – 4.30 am.  Then I go back to bed and get up at 6.30.  I go to bed at 10 pm.

On average how many people come to your home every day seeking help?
12-15 people, and many telephone calls!

How many people are you feeding?
We were feeding up to 1800 families 10 kg of maize porridge per month with help from Zimbabwe Victims’ Support Fund, Zimbabwe Partnership Trust and Barnabas Trust but now we have only 630 bags to distribute.

Just how dependent on the relief food you are distributing are the people?
Totally.  There are many families that if we don’t give, have no food.  Many are very desperate.

What is the mood of the people?
They are sad, very depressed.  The only time they are happy is when they receive food from us.

How are they surviving?
They are trying to grow food for themselves but for those who got a harvest, it will only last them three months.

How are you getting funding?
Zimbabwe Victims’ Support Fund has been supporting us for more than ten years and more recently Zimbabwe Partnership has helped and Barnabas Trust helped for two months. Ex Zimbabweans linked to local churches also give from time to time.

Are there any other agencies distributing food to the hungry in the areas you and your team cover?
In some areas Barnabas Trust gave, but only for two months. Last year the government distributed food in some areas.  These were one-offs when a politician came for a visit.

Has the recent harvest improved their situation?
In some areas it has, like Lupane and Nkayi.  They will be able to feed themselves for 3-4 months.

How open are they to receive the Gospel?
They are very open.  Many come to church to get food but by God’s grace we teach them and they grow in faith. But I need to train more people to teach and would welcome teaching material and trainers.  It is not always easy to identify the right people to lead; it takes time.

How many new converts have you and your team of Pastors introduced to Jesus, say in the last 6 months? 

In April 52 were baptised, June 44, and more recently 47. However there are more in the outlying areas like Binga and Beitbridge which I do not have numbers for.

What have you noticed happening in Zimbabwe recently?
There is a lot of witchcraft going on around Zim as well as in the church.  The reason is because of suffering due to the economy collapsing.  Most businesses have closed down and people can’t get jobs so can’t get money to pay their bills, or buy food, or school fees, or get treated for their illnesses. There is a high level of corruption and as a result people seek the services of false prophets and nyangas (traditional healers).

There is a group of intercessors at Nkulumane.  The pastor’s son (6) was stolen.  The intercessors began to pray and alerted us to pray when the child had been missing for two days.  The person who had kidnapped the child also stole three other children. On the third day he was travelling in his car, on the way to South Africa, when it broke down. He asked for help from three male passersby and one of them (related to the pastor) recognized the missing child.  They asked where the boy was going to and they became aggressive with the driver and even threatened to kill him. The driver pleaded with them to allow him to phone his boss in South Africa and the South African offered them USD20,000 if they promised not to report the case. However the men phoned the police, who came out and took the man in and towed the car to the police station.  The number of the South African was also given to the police. The boys were all returned safely to their families.  Sadly we cannot be sure the police will take action as they are greedy for money.

In the newspaper it was reported that a girl (15) was found in a state of decomposition with body parts missing. Four families came to claim the body hoping it was their child.

Also in many churches leaders are focusing on miracles and healing for which the congregation have to pay.

What is the most difficult part of your job?
Originally my focus was simply to bring people to salvation through Christ.  But now there is a suffering that people are going through because they don’t know the Lord.  Jealousy is widespread among families because they cannot meet their basic needs, especially if one part of the family has children supporting them from outside the country. Because the needs are so great people are just looking out for themselves and neglecting other relatives.  Married couples are breaking up bitterly and often the children are deserted. I have many times tried to bring some new street kids back to the family but often the parents don’t even want them. The children say they are happier to be away from the relatives.

Very old people are also deserted by the family members who leave and never send anything for them.  I have many grandparents now.

Another thing that is difficult for me is children dying from malnutrition; up to five a month.  At the cemetery in Luveve the ground is spreading with children’s graves. According to traditional beliefs if a child is less than three months the women are expected to bury the child, especially very elderly women. This is very difficult to watch. These things keep us on our knees.

How do you keep going?
People help and encourage me: my mentors and my pastors and the people in the churches who pray for me.  I still desire to obey the Lord’s call. God’s grace is sufficient and he sustains me. I love people and I really like to talk to them and understand their problems and pray for them. I have seen situations changed for the people, and in my own life, as God has worked.

How many kms do you travel in an average week on kingdom work?
500 km at least.

When did you last get a break of a few days away from the demands of ministry?
Two years ago.

Do you ever despair?
Yes. My child has just started school and fees are a problem.  Prices of general goods have gone up.  I worry that I might get sick and not be able to do my work.

What difference does it make to know your brothers and sisters in Christ 6000 miles away are holding you and your ministry up in prayer?
I get very, very encouraged to know that people are behind me. I do have problems but I know I am being uplifted.

Would you like to say a sentence or two to them?
I really thank you from the bottom of my heart.  Without your support this ministry would not be going.  We don’t have buildings but many churches and these people are fed by you.  Food relief, teaching materials, prayers, phone calls from pastors overseas all build me up and keep me and our church going.  Through all this I see the grace of God.  I don’t deserve all these things. God bless you all for your part in the Kingdom.

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Book about the Vigil – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary: 10th June 2017 PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 01 July 2017 21:03

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Supporters from the Zimbabwe Vigil’s earliest days, now scattered far and wide, were invited to join us to be photographed for the back cover of a book to be published soon about our protest.

The book’s introduction begins: ‘In the fifteenth year of the weekly Vigil under the windows of Zimbabwe House in London, we produce this journal in the hope that real change is in sight and the country can embrace a future free of the malignant Mugabe influence.’

The book, titled ‘Zimbabwe Emergency’, is based on the Vigil’s diaries which over the years have recorded how events in Zimbabwe have unfolded as seen by the diaspora in the UK. The diaries chronicle the economic disintegration, violence, growing oppression and political manoeuvring – and the tragic human cost involved.

The introduction cautions people of the dangers of further co-operation with Zanu PF’s divisive legacy. It says: ‘They say the leopard never changes its spots. Our fear is that, with the departure of Mugabe, the people of Zimbabwe may again have the Zanu PF leopard foisted on them in some form or other. For the likely results be warned by these pages.‘

All proceeds from the book will go to help the Vigil finance its work in Zimbabwe, which ranges from humanitarian aid to voter education. Much of this is carried out by the sister organisation the Vigil set up at home, the Restoration of Human Rights in Zimbabwe.

ROHR’s latest project is to help the Zimbabwe Peace Actors’ Platform (ZimPAP) which aims to train 100,000 civilian peacekeepers to overcome fear and intimidation, particularly in the rural areas, during next year’s elections.

On Friday about 150 ROHR supporters staged a peace march in the centre of Chitungwiza in defiance of an unconstitutional police attempt to stop them. ROHR President Ephraim Tapa told us that the police later raided the homes of several of the organisers and ordered them to report to the police on Monday. Legal representation is being obtained.

Ephraim said the police had earlier refused to allow a peace march planned in Harare at the end of May. He said ‘this is against the constitution which stipulates that people only have to notify the police about a demonstration, not get permission. It is the police who are being lawless and we must challenge this.’

Other points

  • Ephraim encouraged people to help raise sponsorship for a  walk on Saturday 1st July organised by Daizy Fabian to raise funds for ZimPAP.  The walkers  will cover 15 miles from Ilford planning to reach the Vigil by 2 pm.
  • A proof copy of the book was passed around at the the Vigil and aroused much interest – though not perhaps as much as the annual parade of more  than a hundred naked and semi-naked cyclists down the Strand past the Embassy. Fortunately for them the weather was bright and sunny this year.
  •  We managed to catch a picture of Mugabe next to the Ambassador’s car. He looked horrified at the cyclists.
  • Thanks to those who arrived early to help set up: Mavis Chisvo, Enock Dzonga, Jonathan Kariwo, Fungayi Mabhunu, Netsayi Makarichi, Rosemary Maponga, Margaret Munenge, Charles Mupawose, Mduduzi Ndlovu, Edmore Pedzisai, Rumbidzayi Sambana and Michael Sirewu. Thanks to Mavis, Catherine Musa and Netsayi for looking after the front table, to Rosemary, Enock, Nancy Makurira and Rumbidzayi for handing out flyers and selling wristbands and to Mduduzi, Rumbidzayi, Fungayi, Jonathan, Edmore, Charles and Netsayi for putting up the banners. Thanks also to Nyarai Masvosva for the extra photos and to Fungayi for wearing our Mugabe mask. 

For latest Vigil pictures check: http://www.flickr.com/photos/zimbabwevigil/. Please note: Vigil photos can only be downloaded from our Flickr website. The facebook page for our sister organisation Restoration of Human Rights in Zimbabwe (ROHR) (https://www.facebook.com/ROHR-Zimbabwe-Restoration-of-Human-Rights-301811392835) has been hijacked by destructive elements from a group calling itself ZHRO. Please be advised that any postings on this page are not posted by ROHR.

FOR THE RECORD: 29 signed the register.

EVENTS AND NOTICES:

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Victims of ‘sovereignty’ – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary: 24th June 2017 PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 25 June 2017 15:07

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As Zimbabwe embarks on the final lap before the next elections, all indications are that it will be a repetition of the stolen 2013 polls, nodded through by an acquiescent outside world with political correctness overriding blatant electoral manipulation by Mugabe’s Zanu PF.

Vice President Mnangagwa, speaking on a money-raising trip to South Africa, insisted that the elections would be free and fair, saying electoral reforms had been made to level the playing field, such as the introduction of biometric voter registration.

But this is belied by a report that the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission will still use the database set up by the notorious Israeli company Nikuv International which was accused by the opposition of helping Zanu PF rig the voters’ roll in the last elections.

Interestingly, the Chinese firm controversially awarded the tender to supply the BVR kits is said to be alarmed that its own reputation could be tarnished by the link (see: https://www.newsday.co.zw/2017/06/22/zec-nikuv-bvr-rigging-plot-exposed/).

Renewed support for the Zimbabwe status quo came from former South African president Thabo Mbeki, always pictured hand in hand with Mugabe. He said political leaders who had ‘outstayed their welcome’ must be shown the door – but only by their own people, adding that he would fight any South African who stood up to say Mugabe must go. ‘It’s none of your business’ he insisted.

This is the spurious ‘independence solidarity’ rhetoric which he and other antediluvian leaders have used to legitimise brutal undemocratic regimes – ignoring all evidence of oppression and happily sacrificing the welfare of the people on the altar of sovereignty.

 Other points

  • Plans for the peace walk to fundraise for the Zimbabwe Peace Actors’ Platform (ZimPAP) on Saturday 1st July were discussed. Sipho Ndlovu who recently cycled 324 miles to eight UK towns to raise funds for ZimPAP, has worked out the route for the walk. It will be mostly on pedestrian paths starting at Redbridge station on the Central line. The halfway point will be Victoria Park in Bow. The walkers will then continue to Holborn and from there walk to the Vigil. People were encouraged to get as much sponsorship as possible for the walk. ZimPAP aims to train 100,000 civilian peacekeepers to educate people in their local communities on their constitutional rights and to help overcome fear and intimidation leading up to and after the 2018 elections. The peacekeepers will also monitor incidents of violence and intimidation. Contributions can also be made to: https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/zimvigil-co-ordinator.
  • We were pleased to be joined by Vigil founder member Addley Nyamutaka with her son Mandla, one of the earliest Vigil babies. Addley was a victim of torture and, more than a decade later still suffers the consequences. We hope she will be able to attend a book launch we are thinking of holding soon to mark the publication of a journal of the Vigil.
  • Thanks to those who arrived early to help set up: Josephine Jombe, Jonathan Kariwo, Fungayi Mabhunu, Phillip Mahlahla, Chido Makawa, Michelle Makoni, Eletha Mpofu, Roseline Mukucha, Alfredy Mukuvare, Margaret Munenge, Charles Mupawose, Sipho Ndlovu, Michael Sirewu and Sharon Zimuto. Thanks to Roseline, Catherine Musa, Josephine and Pearl Shambare for looking after the front table, to Cathrine, Tawanda Chitate and Heather Makawa for handing out flyers and selling wristbands and to Alfredy, Phillip, Sipho, Michael and Michelle for putting up the banners. 

For latest Vigil pictures check: http://www.flickr.com/photos/zimbabwevigil/. Please note: Vigil photos can only be downloaded from our Flickr website. The facebook page for our sister organisation Restoration of Human Rights in Zimbabwe (ROHR) (https://www.facebook.com/ROHR-Zimbabwe-Restoration-of-Human-Rights-301811392835) has been hijacked by destructive elements from a group calling itself ZHRO. Please be advised that any postings on this page are not posted by ROHR.

FOR THE RECORD: 29 signed the register.

EVENTS AND NOTICES:

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