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What Zimbabwe Policy for New UK Foreign Minister?

KazingiziPaulcropMDC-T Birmingham chairman, Paul Kazingizi making a point last Saturday at the MDC-T Birmingham Branch demonstration in the city’s Chamberlain Square.

Activists questioned the basis for European Union re-engagement with the Mugabe Regime, and a British Foreign Office Spokesperson clarified the EU and the British positions on Zimbabwe, though the clarification leaves you non the wiser.

Last Updated on Sunday, 20 July 2014 15:09

Zimbabwe: UK Activists Demand EU Policy Change

While it is becoming clear that the Zanu (PF) government is failing to get a handle on the economy, and its Vice-President, Joice Mujuru, is calling for those in Diaspora to come home and help rebuild the economy, Zimbabweans in the UK are to demanding a 'paradigm shift' from the government.

The MDC-T chairman for Birmingham Branch, Paul Kazingizi, speaking at a demonstration in the UK's second city, said (President) Mugabe had "raped" the economy since 1980. Enlarge

Last Updated on Thursday, 17 July 2014 00:25

Dinner With Tsvangirai - Saturday After Next, Birmingham

MDC-T President Morgan Tsvangirai is expected in the UK next week to meet party structures and members in the UK. The party in the UK has also laid on a fundraising dinner to support the party's October Congress.

All members and Zimbabweans who wish to meet the President will be able to do so either in the structures meeting or at and after the rally at a venue to be announced in the Midlands North on Saturday 26 July. 

Last Updated on Thursday, 17 July 2014 00:07

What Exactly Does Mugabe Want to Dialogue With Tsvangirai About?

MugaTsvangi3Is it about how it stole the election and is now failing to run the country? If so, then there is nothing to talk about. They should just admit guilt and give up their stolen throne.

If it is about how the MDC-T can help to stabilise the economy, we think the MDC-T would be within its right to say, once bitten twice shy.

The last time we joined you in an inclusive government, using the talents of our ministers and squandering our good will to stabilise the economy, you threw us out like dirty laundry water. Mugabe and Tsvangirai Back to Negotiating Table?

Last Updated on Monday, 14 July 2014 10:12

Zimbabwe Economy Insignificant, So Is Mugabe

obamachinja1Unlike the European Union which was blackmailed by the Mugabe regime to invite him to the EU-Africa Summit, which he then embarrassed them by not attending because his wife was not invited, the US is brooking no nonsense and has told Mugabe in no uncertain terms that he is not welcome.

This report by the Brookings Institute shows how insignificant Zimbabwe has become in terms of foreign direct investment in Sub-Saharan Africa and why President Obama has no compulsion to reverse the non-invitation of Mugabe, despite him being an AU vice-chairman and incoming SADC chairman.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 July 2014 15:43

Zimbabwe Crisis: MDC-T Demonstration, Birmingham

UK-based Zimbabweans are set to demonstrate in the West Midlands City of Birmingham on Saturday to call attention to the oppressive regime from which they fled.
There is a deteriorating political and economic situation in Zimbabwe which Western countries do no seem to understand, especially the European Union which is being misinformed by its Ambassador in Harare.
Ambassador, Dell ‘Aricca has been quoted saying that there is no crisis in Zimbabwe where democratic forces are being suppressed, elections are being rigged, the state President is encouraging lawlessness to assure himself another electoral victory.
We are calling for the EU to recall this ambassador, and to start implementing a rational policy on Zimbabwe. We hear that the EU is now set to totally relax the remaining targeted sanctions on President Mugabe’s family on November 1.MDC-T UK Birmingham Branch chairman, Paul Kazingizi
Last Updated on Monday, 14 July 2014 08:01

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