22 Aug

Wednesday at the Vigil was a little subdued, as the vast majority of the Diaspora and Zimbabweans at home digest the injustice of the fake Inauguration, the Fake Con-Court Judgment and the Fake Election numbers that saw the winners denied DEMOCRACY - YET AGAIN.

No one is accepting ED as a President - no matter how much propaganda spews from Zanu PF and their sycophants in the UK chaired by the odious Nick Mangwana of Zanu PF UK.

Talk was of a Government in Exile being supported by the diaspora - who were denied their Constitutionally given right by the toadies that populate the Junta. The diaspora represent 40% of the population - at least 3 million people who have fled Zimbabwe after 38 years of Zanu PF tyranny, violence, intimidation, corruption and utter mis-management that sees a once successful Nation reduced to abject poverty.

15th Nov 2017

The military intervention in Zimbabwe is a result of power struggle within Zanu-Pf. It indicates the end of the Mugabe era who has dominated Zimbabwe’s political stage for nearly 4 decades.

The hope for a democratisation process may be giving Zimbabweans some cause for optimism, but transformative authority is yet to be seen.

The military ignited a flurry of activity on social media after it seized control of the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC). It left Zimbabweans across the world speculating as to what was actually taking place. However it is now clear that we are witnessing a special form of Zanu-Pf internal politics that require guns to aid persuasion.

This evokes the question of whether human rights can actually be restored after the  ‘coup’

The Zimbabwe Human Rights Organisation (ZHRO) Wednesday vigil called for the overthrow of a dictatorship to be followed by a democratisation process.

On Wednesday afternoon ZHRO members gathered at the Zimbabwe embassy in London to celebrate the 1st anniversary of the organisation.

The major highlight was the defacing of Mugabe’s portrait, tearing it and burning much to the titillation of people passing by.

It was torn apart The pieces were scattered, spat on, trampled, and then burnedaniversary

President Robert Mugabe has been in power since the country attained independence in 1980 and has been at the helm for 38 years. Grace Mugabe announced on Saturday that there was nothing wrong if her husband appointed her [to VP]. Robert Mugabe has now fired his deputy fuelling speculation that he wants to promote his wife.

Braving the cold weather, members of Zimbabwe Human Rights Organisation (ZHRO), called the Mugabe's out for at this Wednesday Vigil. chanting and singing "37’years is too long!", and No to a Mugabe dynasty” the demonstrators called for a multi-party democracy which is still a dream after decades of dictatorship.

  • Vigil
    Vigil

    Demo

  • Protest
    Protest

    Freedom to protest

  • Patson Drumming
    Patson Drumming
  • Delight and Freedom
    Delight and Freedom

    In the UK Zimbabweans can have some freedom

  • Vigil Unity
    Vigil Unity

    The Strand, Zimbabwe Embassy

  • Vigil Singing
    Vigil Singing

    The combined voices of Zimbabweans in protest

  • Vigil Drums
    Vigil Drums

    The rhythms of those drums get the visitors to the petition signing desk

  • Vigil Demo
    Vigil Demo
  • Vigil Daytime
    Vigil Daytime
  • Take2Zimbabwe

    RE: DIASPORA VOTE

    The people of the Republic of Zimbabwe have converged in confronting the ruling government to implement outstanding electoral reforms as per the new constitution which was adopted in 2013. Two years later the ruling party continues to delay and circumvent the issue of electoral reform. The prevailing socio-political and economic crisis in the country is an outcome of the legitimacy crisis that has haunted the ruling party due to the persistent electoral manipulation. Download the Petition NOW!

    Read More