One week ago, the Johannesburg Society of Advocates (JSA) publicly disapproved of the conduct of the Zimbabwean Government’s crackdown on dissent and arrest over of over 60 opposition politicians, activists and journalists and a number of lawyers on a variety of nebulous charges.
 Job Sikhala

Arrest of Wiwa Job Sikhala Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), Deputy Chairperson [21st August 2020]

 
Wiwa was arrested this afternoon [21st August 2020] through a 'mole' who chose to betray the ethos of the freedom agenda. Despite the great opportunities Wiwa had by remaining quiet, Wiwa chose to take the greatest sacrifice of his life and family. Instead of folding his hands and remaining quiet whilst our society was being ridiculed, persecuted, brutalised, incarcerated and abducted by a tyrant. Job chose to stand up for all Zimbabwe and speak up about the need for the regime to respect our freedoms and our dignity.
 
He left the comfort of his home to go into hiding so as to be able to speak up the sentiments of the young generation without being restrained by the brutal dictates of dictatorship. His arrest is unconstitutional and illegal, all are witnesses to his messages, which never insinuated violence nor forceful removal of the junta. His messages were seeking restraint and dialogue with the ordinary people and the government. 
 
We encourage every citizen to support his immediate release. 

Death by Theft: : Zanu PF are guilty as charged

 
Pot hols in Zimbabwe's RoadsAccording to various sources including the World Health Organisation and the US Centre for Disease Control (CDC), the top 10 causes of death in Zimbabwe include HIV/AIDS, respiratory, heart, neonatal and diarrheal diseases (Typhoid and Cholera – as caused by broken Sewage system in Harare), and road accidents. A majority of these conditions, if not all, can be avoided if the government improved the health system and infrastructure. But we know, the reason why they don’t do this is because of a lack of foreign currency required to get these things done, and the reason for that is theft! The sort of theft shown in that RBZ list. State sanctioned theft of the highest order involving the President, cabinet, ministers, judges and Zanu associates who include church leaders of all people. 
 
Millions of Zimbabweans have died because of poor health services in the country. The money which was stolen by these people should have been used to improve our health system which would have prevented many many deaths. The money could have been used to buy medicines and medical equipment. But instead, many Zimbabweans are faced with paying hundreds or even thousands of US dollars to get specialist treatment for cancer and other long-term conditions. Many cannot afford this; your mother, father, relatives are left to rely on Panadol. With no ambulances in the rural areas, people who are ill are often ferried by wheelbarrows to clinics which are probably shut because the money to keep them running was stolen. The result is death by theft!

This protest was a campaign to release Dr Peter Magumbei who had been illegally and immorally detained by the Zanu PF junta that rules Zimbabwe. This event took place on 18th September 2019. Supported by Molly and Sibongile

 

 

 

There is a concerted effort for all Zimbabweans who care about the direction of their homeland and the current and past injustices carried out by the Zanu PF regime, to protest on the 31st July 2020 outside the Zimbabwe Embassy in London located at 429 The Strand, London WC2R 0AG.

Please be there. The Lockdown has severely limited our ability to conduct legitamate protests against the Zanu PF regime and all its crimes in Zimbabwe. From Abductions, Torture, Murder, Rape to Corruption and a gross mismanagement of the Economy. ZANU PF your time is UP!

 

 

 

cropped our girlsZANU PF abducts MDC Women during COVID-19, ZHRO planning a series of Protests like no other. 
 
Zimbabwe Human Rights Organisation (ZHRO) has received very reliable and credible reports within the ZHRO social media chat rooms, that 3, Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Women have been illegally arrested by ZANU PF proxies, Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP)
 

The British Embassy in Harare has expressed concern over the enforced disappearance of three MDC Alliance activists who were arrested on Wednesday during a flash demo in Warren Park, a suburb in Harare.

In a post on Twitter [14th May 2020], the UK Embassy urged Zimbabwean authorities to locate the missing activists and for the security services to act in line with the national Constitution. It said:

"Concerned to hear lawyers still not told of whereabouts of 3 female MDC officials reportedly arrested in Harare.

[We] Urge authorities to use their resources to locate urgently in line with security services’ obligation to act at all times in line with Zimbabwe’s law and constitution."