"WE ARE COMMITTED TO A NEW ZIMBABWE FREE OF DICTATORSHIP AND TYRANNY!"@@>>International Patron: Jennifer Armstrong Cell: 0061416357552 Australia: Local Patron: Rev Mufaro Stig Hove-Cell: 0027713074880 RSA: President: Simon "Dreadman" Mudekwa: Cell: 00263913368404 ZIM: Sec General: John Vincent "The Spear of the Nation" Chikwari: Cell: 00263912780046 ZIM. C/O Zimbabwe Exiles Forum, 357 Visagie Str Pretoria 0001.

DEMO: UNION BUILDINGS: THURSDAY: 10.30AM.

Please kindly note the following:
1. The Revolutionary Youth Movement of Zimbabwe is now using this new e-mail address ie zimrev@gmail.com.
PLEASE DO NOT RESPOND TO ANY COMMUNICATION FROM THE PREVIOUS YAHOO ADDRESS WHICH WE BELIEVE HAS BEEN "HACKED" BY OUR ENEMIES!
2. The Revolutionary Youth Movement of Zimbabwe will hold a Demo at the SA Official Seat of Government ie UNION BUILDINGS, PRETORIA/TSWANE on Thursday, 19th February, 2009 beginning at 10.00 hrs.
We are completely disgusted and unhappy at the ZANU-PF arrogance and complete lack of sincerity which we witness with the continuing detention of innocent activists like Ms Jestina Mukoko, Mr Ghandi Mudzingwa and others.
We are horrified by the arrest of gallant patriots like Mr Roy Bennet who is scheduled to be sworn in as Deputy Minister of Agriculture in the so-called Government of National Unity.
3. We believe the MDC has gone over the top and has more than expected by accommodating the corrupt, rogue ZANU-PF Regime and is perfectly justified to pull out at any time even NOW!
4. Please kindly send us your own views to this email address ie zimrev@gmail.com and even directly to the cellphone numbers of the leadership ie 0749498923 RSA for the Patron the Rev Mufaro Stig Hove and/or 0796192955 RSA for the President Simon "Dreadman" Mudekwa.
IT IS YOUR PATRIOTIC DUTY TO SHARE WITH US YOUR VIEWS.
In the Democratic Struggle,
Rev Mufaro Stig Hove.
PATRON.

>>>> ONE OF THE PHOTOS TAKEN AT THE 19/02/2009 DEMO <<<<

>>>> ONE OF THE PHOTOS TAKEN AT THE 19/02/2009 DEMO <<<<

"GOOD BYE ROBERT MUGABE!" FROM THE PROGRESSIVE MEMBERS OF THE ZNA!

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The Revolutionary Youth Movement of Zimbabwe will be holding a Demo at the Zimbabwe Embassy in Pretoria on Friday, 19th December, 2008.

The Demo runs from 10.00am to 12.00 noon!

We know Demos may not achieve much looking at the type of people we are dealing with (Mugabe, ZANU-PF and their ANC and SADC allies) but we are having it anyway!

There will be up to 6 buses going there and for more Information please feel free to contact myself, The Patron (0791463039 RSA) and the President, Mr Simon "Dreadman" Mudekwa on 0796192955 RSA.

Please pass message. We need the widest coverage ever!

God bless and free Zimbabwe!

Mufaro Stig Hove...Rev.

PATRON, REVOLUTIONARY YOUTH MOVEMENT OF ZIMBABWE!

THE PRETORIA NEWS'S REPORT ON HOW MUGABE MANAGED TO ENTER THE GUINNESS BOOK OF RECORDS!

THE PRETORIA NEWS'S REPORT ON HOW MUGABE MANAGED TO ENTER THE GUINNESS BOOK OF RECORDS!
PRESIDENT SIMON MUDEKWA AND PATRON REV HOVE PRESENTING CERTIFICATE TO THE ZIM EMBASSY!!! PLEASE CLICK ON ARTICLE ABOVE TO GET TO SKYNEWS VIDEOS!!!! THERE REGISTER AND VIEW!!!!

"THE GUINNESS BOOK OF RECORDS CERTIFICATE". >> TO GET TO SKYNEWS VIDEOS, CLICK ON CERTIFICATE!

"THE GUINNESS BOOK OF RECORDS CERTIFICATE". >> TO GET TO SKYNEWS VIDEOS, CLICK ON CERTIFICATE!
THERE YOU WILL BE ASKED TO REGISTER TO LOG IN TO SEE VIDEOS.. ITS A VERY SIMPLE PROCESS!!!!!!!!

A FEW OF THE PHOTOS TAKEN AT THE " COSATU AND AFILLIATES" DEMO ON SAT, 16th AUGUST 2008, SANDTON.

A FEW OF THE PHOTOS TAKEN AT THE " COSATU AND AFILLIATES" DEMO ON SAT, 16th AUGUST 2008, SANDTON.
PRESIDENT MUDEKWA, WITH DREADS, CDE BEAUTY AND TREASURER CDE MAVHUNGA (WITH BALD HEAD!) PLEASE CLICK ON PHOTO TO GET TO ONE OF THE ARTICLES COVERING THE SAID DEMO!!!!

COSATU AND THE ZIM REV YOUTHS TO CLOSE ZIM BORDER!!!!

Please kindly note that COSATU and the ZIMBABWE REVOLUTIONARY YOUTH MOVEMENT will close the Beit Bridge border post on Saturday, 5thJuly, 2008.
For more details, please contact PATRON>>Rev Mufaro Hove Cell:0791463039 RSA, or PRESIDENT >> Simon "Dreadman" Mudekwa Cell:0796192955 RSA and COSATU's Brother Bongani on cell: 0794996419RSA.
WE ARE ON A WAR-PATH WITH THE ILLEGITIMATE, EVIL REGIME OF ROBERTMATIBILI/MUGABE.
Rev Mufaro Stig Hove.
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REV M S HOVE'S OPEN LETTER TO PRES G W BUSH!!!

REV M S HOVE'S OPEN LETTER TO PRES G W BUSH!!!
Please click on picture to get to letter!

SEC GENERAL JOHN CHIKWARI RE-INSTATED!!!

Cde John Chikwari has been re-instated by the President. Fuller details can be obtained from the President at 0796192955 RSA.
He must be allowed to function fully to liberate Zimbabwe!!!
Posted by the Patron, Rev Mufaro Stig Hove cell 0791463039 RSA (on behalf of the President Simon Mudekwa.)

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Urgent Demo at the Chinese Embassy in Pretoria!!!

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##The Revolutionary Youth Movement Of  Zimbabwe is going to stage a massive protests at the Chinese Embassy on the 25 April 2008 From 10 am - 12 noon against  the idea of trying to ship in tonnes of arms to Zimbabwe.We are calling all the Zimbabweans  who wish to bring back peace and democratic dispensation to Zimbabwe to participate.

 

Transport : Methodist Church  Joburg  & Marabastad Home Affairs  Pretoria

 

Time       : 07:30-0830 am

 

Venue     :Chinese Embassy  965 Church Street Arcadia  Pretoria

 

             

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...they WILL salute.........YES, they WILL!

...they WILL salute.........YES, they WILL!

"Enough is Enough Zimbabwe"

- Enough is Enough - Zimbabwe
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Independence Day: 18 April 2008
Sokwanele : 18 April 2008


To my fellow Zimbabweans I cannot speak to you on the national media, but I speak to you from my heart - that freedom comes and your voice and your vote shall be heard.
Morgan Tsvangirai, 17 April 2008


Statement made by President Morgan Tsvangirai: 17 April 2008

Today on the eve of Independence Day in Zimbabwe, I'm here to thank the World for the help you are giving the liberation struggle of our nation.

This is, in many ways, the saddest Independence Day since our independence from colonial rule in 1980.

Our people are literally starving; Zimbabwe is amongst the worst humanitarian crisis of this new century.

Our humanitarian crisis has political roots, and that gives us hope, because political problems have political solutions.

Zimbabweans have no food because of the policies of President Robert Mugabe; Zimbabweans have no schools, because of the policies of President Robert Mugabe; Zimbabweans have no hospital care, because of President Robert Mugabe's policies.

And on March 29th, the people of Zimbabwe in their largely free election, repudiated President Robert Mugabe and Zanu pf and elected a new government.

For three weeks now, the people of Zimbabwe have waited peacefully.

They have waited for a peaceful transfer of power from the defeated old regime, to the democratically elected new government. So far that transition is not ok'd.

Within days, Italy has counted and announced a new president, in the stark contrast to our situation back home.

Zimbabwe waits.

How long shall Africa's millions wait for democracy to enlighten a continent so rich and endowed in potential?

How many more meetings to discuss crises from Rwanda, to Ethiopia, to Darfur, and to Zimbabwe?

So the nations of the World have done what good neighbours should do: they have enquired; they've asked what's wrong.

They've pounded on our doors. They fear that something is wrong in their neighbour's house and they've raised the cry of alarm.

I want to thank Southern African leaders who met recently in Lusaka. You have let your voice be heard.

I want to thank the leading industrial nations of the World, organised under G8. You have let your voices be heard.

I want to thank the Secretary General of the United Nations. Yours is the voice of the whole World, and you have let the World's voice be heard.

Each nation on its own Independence Day should celebrate its own independence; but it should rightly recognise the independence of others. Independence is raised on the fundamental rights of self-government which belongs to all people in all nations.

While the voices of the World have been raised, many in Zimbabwe have not yet been heard.

There remains no free press in Zimbabwe, so I am using the free news media of South Africa and the World so the people of Zimbabwe can be heard.

We are not alone. And the World is with us.

The World longs for us to take our rightful place again among the community of nations.

To my fellow Zimbabweans I cannot speak to you on the national media, but I speak to you from my heart - that freedom comes and your voice and your vote shall be heard.

The legal authority of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission has expired.

Their moral authority has been laughed away. What ZEC says no longer matters.

What matters is the votes cast on 29th of March, and posted outside each polling station.

Those votes elected MDC as the majority in Parliament, and elected me as President of Zimbabwe.

The regime is conditioning people to believe that there is a run-off.

There is no run off: we won this election decisively.

In preparation for this, Robert Mugabe and his hand of criminals have unleashed an orgy of violence against the people.

As I speak, our people are being murdered, their homes are being burnt, children molested, women raped.

We have seen again the brutal vindictiveness of this man.

We want to thank President Mbeki for all his efforts, but President Mbeki needs to be relieved from his duty.

However, we've asked President Mwanawasa to lead a new initiative to urgently deal with the extraordinary situation we face at this moment.

We cannot wait another day, we cannot wait another week: we need a special envoy or a special committee or a delegation to come to Zimbabwe immediately, and deal with the issue following the Kenyan model. [A delegation] who will stay in the country until an agreement and a solution has been found..

Zanu-PF wants bloodshed, but instead we will shed light on that bloodshed.

We shall fight with the truth, and take the strength of our courage and conviction to see the value of life, law and liberty, return to our country and to our continent.

The movement has begun, and I ask you members of the media to join us in ensuring that the objective of democratic change in Zimbabwe is achieved.

I thank you.


In the absence of a free press in our country, Sokwanele is circulating this statement made by President Morgan Tsvangirai on the eve of our Independence Day. We are also including in this mailing a Statement released by the MDC party today (below), and we are providing a brief summary of some of the protests that have been taken place around the world, in support of the Zimbabwean pursuit of freedom and justice in our country.

We are not alone.


Statement from the MDC : 18 April 2008

Zanu PF hijacks people's independence

Today the MDC would like to join all Zimbabweans in commemorating their 28th Independence anniversary.

18th of April is a day that we all cherish as it has brought us the independence that make us proud to be Zimbabweans and hold our heads high among other nations.

However, as we celebrate this occasion, it is sad to note that our independence anniversary has been discredited by the Zanu PF regime that is masquerading as a government and as the custodians of our independence.

Today the people of Zimbabwe have been denied a chance to celebrate their independence by an illegal regime that is denying them a chance to make sure that their gains of independence are enjoyed.

In the 29 March elections, Zimbabweans went to the polls in their millions and voted for change and a new beginning.

They voted for Morgan Tsvangirai as the President of Zimbabwe but however, 20 days after that day, the people of Zimbabwe's hopes are being dashed as the results of the Presidential poll that President Tsvangirai won are being kept a secret by a scared regime.

We are in a calamity as the people who are supposed to be celebrating are instead being beaten up by the police, the army and Zanu PF militia.

Hundreds of innocent people including journalists are today in police custody. Homes of innocent villagers have been burnt in areas such as Mutoko, Murehwa, Chimanimani, Chipinge and Mudzi have been burnt to ashes simply because the people voted for the MDC in the last elections.

In urban areas, residents are being forced to be indoors by 8.00 pm by a regime that is scared because it is in power through illegal means.

People are now living in fear as the Zanu PF regime is using all forms of brutality in order to stay in power.

As we commemorate this day lets remember our colleagues who have been killed, beaten and left homeless by the Robert Mugabe regime. Lets remember Tapiwa Mubwanda who was ruthlessly killed by Zanu PF militia in Hurungwe last Saturday.


The world is taking action


This banner, measuring 278m², was flown over the United Nations building in New York earlier this week at the same time that Thabo Mbeki was inside chairing a special meeting of the UN Security Council. To put the size into perspective, a football pitch measures approximately 210m²; there is no doubt that Thabo Mbeki saw the message - whether he got the message remains to be seen.

In addition to that, Avaaz.org, the international organisation who organised the banner also delivered Thabo Mbeki a petition that has been signed by over 150,000 people so far. 150,000 people is a lot of signatures: it is the equivalent of the total number of people who voted in Matabeleland North province (according to ZEC figures!)

There are three days of protests taking place in London outside the Zimbabwean Embassy. They started yesterday and end tomorrow on the 19th April.

In Cape Town, two human rights groups joined forces and protested yesterday on behalf of Zimbabweans and against Thabo Mbeki's statement that there was "no crisis" in Zimbabwe - the signs at the protest say it all.

Tomorrow, a public event will be held in The Hague - Africa Day 2008 - where the situation in Zimbabwe will be openly debated.

In another gesture of support for the people of Zimbabwe, we have been told that there has been a 'media frenzy' over reports that a Chinese ship docked in Durban has a consignment of weapons destined for Zimbabwe. The South African people are not at all happy about having anything to do with the oppression of the Zimbabwean people. Satawu - the South African Transport and Allied Workers Union - have come out and refused to offload the ship. Their general secretary, Randall Howard, said:

"Satawu does not agree with the position of the South African government not to intervene with this shipment of weapons... Our members employed at Durban Container Terminal will not unload this cargo neither will any of our members in the truck driving sector move this cargo by road." He said the ship, the An Yue Jiang, should not dock in Durban and should return to China.

Satawu are planning to enlist the support of COSATU to strengthen their position.

Finally, also in South Africa, a group of Zimbabwean refugees have embarked on an amazing journey - a real march for freedom. They are walking all the way from Johannesburg to Musina to protest the fact the Presidential results have not been released yet.

Apparently people are warmly greeting the walkers all along their route: cars are hooting in solidarity; they are being offered money, food and water; and people are coming out to join them and walk for a bit. We hear that in one town they passed through, the mayor came out and welcomed them. They will arrive in Musina today.

The whole world can see what Robert Mugabe is trying to do and they are angry with his attempts to subvert the will of the people. They are also becoming increasingly frustrated with Thabo Mbeki's ineffectual policy of 'quiet diplomacy' .

We all remember that Thabo Mbeki recently popped in to visit Robert Mugabe and emerged from the meeting to declare that there was "no crisis" in Zimbabwe. Well, five short days later - yesterday - the South African government's spokesperson has acknowledged the fact that "The situation is dire".

Non violent action is having an impact. We are not alone Zimbabwe

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Opposition to a shipment of arms being offloaded in Durban and transported to Zimbabwe increased today when South Africa's largest transport workers union announced that its members would not unload the ship.

SA Transport and Allied Workers Union (Satawu) general secretary Randall Howard said: "Satawu does not agree with the position of the South African government not to intervene with this shipment of weapons.

"Our members employed at Durban Container Terminal will not unload this cargo neither will any of our members in the truck driving sector move this cargo by road." He said the ship, the An Yue Jiang, should not dock in Durban and should return to China.

South Africa cannot be seen to be facilitating the flow of weapons into Zimbabwe at a time where there is a political dispute and a volatile situation between the Zanu-PF and the MDC."

"The view of our members is that nobody should ask us to unload these weapons," he said.

Satawu said it planned to engage support from the Congress of SA Trade Unions (Cosatu).

Defence secretary January Masilela told Sapa today that the scrutiny committee of the National Conventional Arms Control Committee's (NCACC) scrutiny committee, which he chairs, had approved the conveyance permit on Monday already.

He said a inspection team from the NCACC would still have to ensure the cargo met the requirements of the permit before the cargo could begin to be transported to Zimbabwe. The permit would be endorsed by the NCACC when it meets next month.

Asked about the controversy surrounding the shipment Masilela said: "This is a normal transaction between two sovereign states. We are doing our legal part and we don't have to interfere."

In Cape Town, government communications head Themba Maseko said the country could not stop the shipment from getting to its destination as it had to be seen to be "treading very carefully" in its relations with Zimbabwe, given the complexity of facilitating talks between the Movement for Democratic Change and Zanu-PF.

Chris de Vos, the secretary general for the United Transport and Allied Trade Union, said the union was "not happy" about the arms shipment being transported through South Africa.

"We are going to request an urgent meeting with the management. We are aware that members are very uncomfortable with the situation," he said.

He said that while no decision had been taken by the union on offloading the weapons and arms, the union leadership was not in favour of the weapons being transported.

Democratic Alliance defence spokesman Rafeek Shah said the government's approval to allow the arms to be shipped was "the surest sign yet that government has completely lost the plot on the Zimbabwe issue".

Shah said: "The world's astonishment at President (Thabo) Mbeki's political defence of Robert Mugabe will likely turn into outright anger as we are now not only denying the existence of a crisis in Zimbabwe, but also actively facilitating the arming of an increasingly despotic and desperate regime."

Kallie Kriel, AfriForum chief executive, said the organisation intended organising "an extensive campaign of peaceful demonstrations in an effort to prevent a consignment of Chinese arms from being transported from Durban across South African territory to Zimbabwe".

The SA Institute of Race Relations said on Thursday: "It would be unconscionable for South Africa to allow an arms consignment through its borders en route to Zimbabwe."

Spokesman Frans Cronje said that if the shipment went ahead, "South Africa's culpability in the Zimbabwe crisis would then be without question".

Noseweek editor Martin Welz told Sapa yesterday that "the cargo ship was openly delivering a containment of arms for Zimbabwe". He said he had copies of all the documents, including the bill of lading and a packing list.

The controversial cargo packed into 3,080 cases included three million rounds of 7.62mm bullets (used with the AK47 assault rifle), 69 rocket propelled grenades, as well as mortar bombs and tubes. The cargo is, according to the documentation, valued at R9.88 million. Welz said: "It's very detailed and even has the phone numbers."

Increased media interest around the shipment prompted both the SA Police Service and the SA Revenue Service to send their top public relations officers to Durban to deal with media enquiries.

Adriao said he would only comment on the ship once it had docked in port while Lackay said that the work of the SARS "is guided by the SARS Act and the confidentiality provisions in the Act".

Lackay said: "SARS Customs does not release cargo until the Customs declaration has been processed and the requirements of the any other legislation have been adhered to. On the basis of the documents submitted by the shipping line - the company operating the vessel - SARS Customs decides whether there is a potential risk, whether cargo must be inspected and whether or not goods will be detained.

"These are standard Customs procedures that apply daily to any cargo vessel entering a South African port of entry. At this time the vessel.

"An Yue Jiang is at outer anchorage or off-port limits and therefore the cargo is not deemed to have been imported into South Africa yet," he said

 

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Revolutionary Youth members stand still during a strong march at the Union Buildings in Pretoria.

From left The Treasurer Simon Mavhunga is Leading the march.

 

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The Revolutionary Youth Movement of Zimbabwe  handed over petition to the SADC Chairman in Pretoria at the SADC Offices.The Zimbabwean Youths in the diaspora were informing the SADC Chaiman and the SADC as whole to intervene in the deepening crisis in Zimbabwe regarding these recently held elections in Zimabawe.They were protesting against the dead silence by the SADC whilst the people of Zimbabwe are being killed by Mugabe yet Zimababwe is part and parcel of the SADC region . They called upon the chaiman and the SADC community to save the people of Zimbabwe from the vampire Matibili."We Are calling the SADC region to call Mugabe to accept the defeat since he lost the election otherwise we are going to  embark on unorthodox and unspecified actions if they choose to go defiantly without meeting our demands" ,reads the petition

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From left The Chairman Edison Kasete is watching the signing of the petition,The SADC represantative is signing the petition whilst the Sercretary General John Vincent Chikwari holds the petition.

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From right The Secretary General  John Vincent Chikwari holds the whilst Dumisani Mahlatsela is signing the petition.Clad in MDC t shirt Barnabas Musasa the Executive membebr of the RYMZ

 

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  The vibrant and strong Revolutionary Youth Movement Of Zimabwe members are doing what they believe is the best  in front of President Thabo Mbeki's Offices.

 

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####Demo at the Union Buildings President Thabo Mbeki's offices#####

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From Left:President's Represantative Dumisani Mahlatsela ,National Intelligence Agency Chief ,Presint Simon Mudekwa and Secretary General John Vincent Chikwari

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April 17, 2008 Edition 2

Graeme Hosken and Sapa

Scores of Zimbabweans marched on the high commission in Pretoria yesterday to "install a new high commissioner".

The march in Arcadia came as a Chinese vessel carrying a large consignment of small arms prepared to dock in the Durban harbour.

The ship, the An Yue Jiang, is carrying a consignment of arms headed for Zimbabwe.

Leading the protest, Zimbabwe Diaspora Forum chairman Sox Chikohwero said they were calling on President Robert Mugabe to step down.

"The people of Zimbabwe have spoken. They want a new government. The people must be heard. Mugabe must go.

"We are here to claim what is rightfully ours; and that is our home, Zimbabwe. We are tired of dictators.

"We want the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) in power. They are democratically elected and must represent us," he said.

Introducing the "newly appointed high commissioner", Joyce Dube, Chikohwero said she was the person the people of Zimbabwe wanted to represent them..

 

"This is our chosen voice. She has our interests at heart," he said.

Dube said she wanted to ensure that Zimbabweans were looked after and that they enjoyed the same rights they enjoyed at home.

"I will not allow our people to be abused and misused. The people here are only concerned about themselves," she said.

Zimbabwe Revolutionary Youth Movement secretary-general John Chikwari said they were there to reclaim what was theirs.

"We want our embassy back. The ambassador here is no longer our ambassador as Mugabe is no longer our president."

He said if necessary they would take up arms against the current government. "If they do not listen to us we will fight them."

MDC chairman in South Africa Malcolm Mutandiro called on President Thabo Mbeki to stop supporting dictators, and to stop acting like one himself.

"Is he blind? How can he not see the crisis in Zimbabwe? Mbeki needs a reality check. He needs to realise what is happening on his own doorstep.

 

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China has secretly shipped tens of thousands of small arms to the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, raising fears the consignment has been brought in to crush any attempts to unseat Robert Mugabe from power.

The consignment has cost the regime millions of United States dollars and came through Durban harbour in a Chinese registered vessel, An Yue Juang.

It includes 3 million rounds of ammunition for AK47 rifles, the standard assault weapon for the country's defence forces. There were also 1,500 rocket propelled grenades, a support weapon for the infantry, plus 3,500 mortar bombs.

Martin Welz, editor of Noseweek a Durban based investigative magazine, told Newsreel on Wednesday they were in possession of the shipping documentation of six containers addressed to the Ministry of Defence in Harare. The arms were bought from a Chinese arms company called Poly Technologies, based in Beijing.

'The ship did in fact dock in Durban between the 10th and 13th April and the six containers weigh between 8 to 15 tonnes, Welz said.

He added; 'There is also the declared policy of the commander of the defence forces Chiwenga, that he will not recognise a democratically elected president unless it happens to be Mugabe. Zimbabwe is not at war with anyone, so the purchase of such an arms consignment should be very worrying

 

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###Since we are towards these crucial elections in Zimbabwe Revolutionary Youth Movement of  Zimbabwe take this oppotunity to campaign for Morgan Tsvangirai as Zimbabwe President .We have noted with great concern that this is the only reliable vehicle which can free the poor and suffering peole of Zimbabwe who are living under tyrannical ,oppressive and repressive rule by Mugabe.This is a very important time for Zimbabweans in the Diaspora to go back home in masses to vote for Morgan Tsvangirai in the coming elections.#####

 

@@ Above is the Revolutionary Youth Movement of Zimbabwe campaigning team in Joburg which is moving all over Gauteng instilling hope to the people of Zimababwe who are going back home to vote for change in Zimbabwe. Extreme right is the Secretary General John Vincent who is leading the team.

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Revolutionary Youth Movement of Zimbabwe Secreatary General  holds the petition for the President Smon mudekwa and Presidents representative from the Union Buildings to sign and hand it over to Dumisani Mahlasela at the Union Buildings in Pretoria.

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The Zimbabwean youths in South Africa staged a massive march towards a new Zimbabwe , a new beggining.They also march in support of President Morgan Tsvangirai , instilling a word of courage to the people of Zimbabwe to go back home to vote for President Tsvangirai in the coming elections.The youths unreservedly and vehemently support President Tsvangirai for his committment and sacrifice to fight this illegitimate ,murderous,devilish and tyrannical regime by Matibli.

As youths we say to President Tsvangirai you are almost there its now our time to redeemn Zimbabwe from these cruel ,corrupt  and evilish people of ZANU PF.Keep on the fire burning President Tsvangirai.

                @@##VIVA  ZIMBABWE VIVA@@!@###

              ##@@VIVA  A  NEW  BEGINNING  VIVA$$##

                  Zimabawe shall be free

 

    IT IS OUR INTEREST AND EFFORT TO MAKE THE REVOLUTION PERMANANT

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Revolutionary Youth Movement of Zimbabwe protesters are seriuosly marching towards the United Nations Buildings in Pretoria singing revolutionary songs and holdimd the placards with the relevent information.In brown jacket is the Treasurer Samuel Mavhunga leading the march to the UN.

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The elections took place against the background of a serious political and economic crisis in the country which has lasted for a decade.After brazen use of organised violence and torture of political opponents as Zimbabwe approched the 2008 elections year the SADC facilitated  negotiations between the government and the opposition to end  Zimbabwes crisis so that Zimababweans can once again live in dignity.

Presient Thabo Mbeki who was mandated to by the SADC to lead the diologue stated clealy that his aspiration was that the  March 2008 elections needed to be held in circumstances where the outcome of such  would contestable.Even the nogotiations collapsed before reaching their final conculusion, there were some changes in the electoral laws  that resulted in visible changes on the ground in terms of election management process as follows:

The accreditation of journalists was smoother and ealier than in previous elections even though the gonernment erred in being selective on whom it invited o observe.

Ther were less queus at polling stations and it looked like the majority of those who wanted to vote and whose names were on the voters roll managed to vote without undue delays or major hassels

The counting  and posting of resluts at polling stations .

There were however some ares of concern as well.These will be enumerated in due course as various organisations do their individual and collective election report as necessry.However the biggst concern that has emerged is the inordinate delay in election announcing of the election result.The couting was done immediately after the polls were shut generally around 7 pm on 28 March 2008 at the polling stations.The results were posted at the polling stations immeditely and there is significance corncern at the failure of the ZEC to annonce these results more 36 hours after the voting stopped.There seems to be absolutely no justice for this delay and the tokenistic announcement of results for 109 contested positions by 8am on 1 April 2008 is wholly inadequate.We as Zmbabwean youths are concerned by the failure to announce the results timeously.This creates a founded suspicion in the minds of Zimbabweeans that the authorities are trying to manipulate the results  in order to get their prefferd party candidates to win.This is escipecially  so given that the opposition has already been expressing public concern at what they saw as measures that were being taken to  manipulatethe vote and rig the electionThis delay , if it persist will result in the likelihood of the outcome of the elections being contested and in process undermining  what ever small gains may have arisen from the SADC efforts.We are naturally gravely concern that any contestation of outcome of the elections is also likely to lead to escalation of conflict.With the weak rule of law environment that has been well documented before, the elections may trigger seriuos and potentially widespread violations of human rights in Zimbabwe.

We are aware that the Zimbabwean government has deployed police,army and intelligence units into the major cities in anticipation of potential trouble.Of significance concern are the unconfirmed rumours that allegedely from the security branches of govenment that the incumbent is preparing to declare a state of emergency after announcing the inaccurate results.This is consistence with the threats by the security chiefs that hey are not prepared to accept the election results if Mugabe loses the election

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REVOLUTIONARY YOUTH MOVEMENT OF ZIMBABWE

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@#@#@On the 27 march  2008 Revolutionary Youth Movement of Zimbabwe staged a demostration at the Presidential offices at the Union Buildings in Pretoria.Since we noted that these upcoming elections are very crucial  we decided to hand over a petition to South African President with regard to the election.We have noted with great concern that South Africa is part and parcel of the observatory mission to the Zimbawean elections and decided it very emperative to hand over a petition to the president Thabo Mbeki.The president of South Africa had for a long time derailing the talkis in Zimbabwe since he was choosen as the mediator till the elections were done and this left us as youths begging for more questions.Recalling the previuos elections in Zimbabwe SA was the first mission to endorse the rigged elections yet they are pretending to be concerned with the deteriorating crisis in Zimbabwe and to a no avail.We urged the SA mission not to endorse the rigged election and to it as it is on the ground.

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SIMON KHAYA-MOYO CORNERED...DEMO ON 28/02/2008!!

I hope I find you well in this struggle.

Here I am struggling to meet the expected heights .Right I have been having meetings with the police in Pretoria yesterday for the coming demostration on Thursday.

Actually I was fighting to hand over a petition to Zim Embassy on that day .To my suprise the Embassy was refusing that till I called the UN officials who attended our second meeting today (Wednesday) in Pretoria with the aid from the S A Police.

There was a heated debate till I win the battle and finally they accepted to receive the petition (ie Mr Simon Khaya-Moyo).The police were threatening them that if they refuse to accept the petition, the police will also refuse to provide them with security and they will leave us doing the demos at the Embassy on our own.It was a big and well attended meeting with all the Chief of Police of Gauteng and the UN officials

So the demo starts 10am--122 noon (Thursday, 28th February,2008)

People will march from the Union Buildings Triangular Lawn.

Together in the struggle

John Vincent Chikwari

Secretary General

THE ZIMBABWE REVOLUTIONARY YOUTH MOVEMENT.

www.zimrevyouths.blogspot.com

"A Revolution is sweeping in" by Vincent Chikwari

                       
 
The  Youth Of Zimbabwe today note the continued deterioration of the political situation in our country with sadness.

The political events which unfolded in the past weeks are a cause for great concern to all progressive Zimbabweans.The announcement of the election When the South African mediated talks are still underway is evidence enough that there is no political will to end the downward spiral that our once placid nation has experienced for the past ten years or so.The level of hypocracy exhibited by ZANUPFis to bitter  a pill for Zimbabwean to swalow.

Surely Minister Chinamasa must have gone insane.For him to claim that the constitution is a seriuos document that needs the participation of all and saundry and should therefore not be hurried is an insult which has gone for close  to three decades without that 'serious document'.The continued human rights violation by the Zimbabwean government is also of concern.The brutal beating of ordinary Zimbabweans and MDC members on 23 January 2008 is enough evidence that the Harare regime will do all it takes to stay in power against the wishes of the people.We the youths of Zimbabwe vehemently condemn such kind of barabaric action to poor and suffering Zimbabweans by the state sponsored agents.As youths we have recognised the political ,economic and social quagmire that our country has lead into by the ZANUPF regime have taken a pledge to reverse and stop this political madness.

We thus have commited ourselves all to see a new Zimbabwe,a new beginning and new democratic dispensation.The truth is that Zimbabwe does not belong to Mugabe and ZANUPF only it belongs to all citizens of Zimbabwe.Its now time for the storm to reclaim our motherland country Zimbabwe.Thus we call all the powers that be to heed the call of the youth of our land to stop politicking with peoples lives.The level of political chicanery we are seeing in our motherland have to stop forthwith.

We are very conscious of scared mandated that is on our shoulders as a generation and thus we have commited class suicide to see a better Zimbabwe not only for ourselves but the country at large.As youths we demand the SADC mediation talks to be a national agenda with all Zimbabweans being engaged,that the poll be delayed to ensure that reforms being made have enough time to take effect,a new people driven constitution that allows for propotional representation of citizen electoral expression be put in place before a general election is held.

As youths we demand  the above mentioned requests to be met before the general election is held and if the government fails to abide by this it will willingly open its doors to unorthodox means of having these demands met.We have agreed  that once the government defiantly chooses to go ahead with the elections before a new costitution is in place appropitae action will be taken and the youths of Zimbabwe have vowed to pay  the price in making sure that their quest for a democratic dispensation is realised in their lifetime"When the future of our country is at stake,it behooves on everyone to step back and reflect on what needs to happen in Zimbabwe for hope to take centre stage as a volunteer driver in nation building".

In our case the has been, the decision has been made,the direction is clear...a new Zimbabwe,a new democratic dispensation,the restoration of the dignity of the people of Zimbabwe.We are guided by the masses of The Zimbabwe legions that have stood against all odds.against hope they have remained hopeful.We will not disappoint them .Zimbabwe will be free.

The last hour of dictatorship,autocracy and tyranny has struck.The people are awakening to a new life"OUR COUNTRY  OR DEATH"A massive revolution is sweeping across the country.The enemies of the give way.Change is inevitable.
 
By John Vincent  Chikwari-Secretary General
Revolutionary Youth Movement Of Zimbabwe
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ZIM PRETORIA EMBASSY DEMO:21/02/2008 (REPORT BY MR LUKE ZUNGA)





21 02 2008


Today I participated in a demo organized by the revolutionary youth. Many people attended including journalists from as far as Canada and Germany .

I was humbled that so may people attended. Taking into account that a similar demo is going on in the USA at the Zimbabwe embassy, I think the message is delivered. Our message was that the Diaspora Civic Society organizations, and many others, will not recognize the result of an election in Zimbabwe where we did not participate.


Some people argue whether it is necessary to do these demos on this question of Diaspora vote, since it is unlikely to be heeded to at this stage. Le me say that,

South Africa and SADC want to paint success of the negotiating process and that the Zimbabwe question will be settled by a free and fair election. Indeed they state that all the issues for negotiating were agreed to and the difference is timing of implementation, with Mugabe preferring to implement after the elections and rest are either docile, unclear or going along. One MDC faction was clear that there was no agreement and preferring to implement the items agreed before the elections.

Mugabe cannot agree to pre-election implementation as he will lose control of the rural people and the electoral system. SADC want a free and fair election as the starting point for their assertion that the Zimbabwe question is resolved. So the elections will be held. Mugabe is likely to force a win, then turn to SADC that he is ready to implement what was agreed at the negotiations, and demanding an economic rescue package in exchange for him stepping down by handing power to his chosen successor under provisions of constitutional amendment 18. SADC will announce that all issues are resolved and the Zimbabwe question is cleared off their desks. The objection of MDC will be ascribed as puppet.

What it means is that Zimbabweans in the Diaspora, particularly in SADC, will now be asked to go back to their country. Forced to go back on UN trucks lined to load people with their meagre belongs. Mote than a million people will be dumped on Zimbabwe , with no economic hope. SADC and South Africa will cancel all arrangements currently negotiated for the Diaspora. These are

Petition for SADC to give Temporary Residence Permits to Zimbabweans on their soil until the problem of Zimbabwe is resolved. This petition by Disapora CSO Forum is on SADC desk now and has a deadline for an answer of 28 February 2008, failing which the civil society will take SADC to court to lay evidence of human rights abuses in Zimbabwe and SADC countries. This matter will be stuck off.

In South we are negotiating that Zimbabweans be allowed to engage in business and prepare them for reconstruction of Zimbabwe . The work is being by Diaspora Dev Chamber based in South Africa . Training is going on now and the Zimbabwe Development Chamber is conducting classes to teach on these economic matters. The classes in Johannesburg , Durban and Pretoria are so popular that they are fully booked. Participants write a test and receive a certificate for passing. Other regions in South Africa are opening up for training as well.

What is clear is that Zimbabweans do not know the issues, especially that only Production will turn the economy around, not simply the act of elections. While democracy is essential it needs to be backed by citizens owning factories to produce otherwise there in no recovery. For more details how to turn around the economy of Zimbabwe and who can do it, book for training on 011 339 3629 or 0791383896 or send an sms to 0730941139(they will contact you) . This matter will be scuttled.
Meanwhile in all fairness the Zimbabwe issue will be largely worse, not better. Zimbabwe needs US$50 billion to turn around. The Diaspora program can raise it, from outside Zim but this program will be closed. The suffering of returnees and the country will continue.


The demo then is necessary to state our position now, not after the elections results are out. We will then be able to contest these matters, even going to court.

SADC want an legitimate government based on reformed ZANU. We argue that Zimbabwe economy is controlled by SA and they will have easy pickings while we rot. We want to be able to prepare ourselves in SA, then go back. Zimbabwe has no international rating and will be unable to raise serious money on the global markets.

Only the citizens in rated countries can and SADC has our Diaspora development plan.

L D ZUNGA

PRELIMINARY REPORT : 21st of FEBRUARY, 2008 DEMO AT ZIM EMBASSY, PRETORIA : .

It is of great significance that we have done the biggest demo ever at the so-called Zimbabwean Embassy on the birthday (84th) of our local Dictator, Robert Gabriel Mugabe.
 
The demo had the largest number but was struck me most was the attendance by "veteran activists" eg Daniel Molokele, Luke Zunga and others.
 
The full report will be given by journalists (and this time we had many from various News Agencies.) This time I had that "rally" feeling.
 
I will give my own report after I have got the photos from my reliable friends.
 
But I thought it would be of strategic importance that I inform you why we must agitate for a Diaspora Vote (besides the fact that we deserve it anyway.)
 
If we in the Diaspora reject the 2008 Polls on the basis that they were not free and fair, then whoever "wins" in that restricted exercise will lack legitimacy and Zimbabwe will not get the recognition accompanying investor confidence etc.
 
For your information, I'm on the Board of the Diaspora Chamber that Cde Luke Zunga was talking about (    http://zimdiscussions.blogspot.com/2008/02/mr-luke-d-zunga-pleads-for-practical.html)
 
For now lets read together the mails in my In-Box:
 
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Dear Rev Mufaro,
 
I very much admire the work Zimbabwean Revolutionary Youth Movement is doing to try and bring about change in Zimbabwe.
 
I am currently based in the Uk and would like to support your efforts in any way that I can.
 
I have a website called Baobab Comrades www.baobabcomrades.com which is an online community of creative and enterprising Southern Africans.
 
I think the members on the website would very interested in your views and what you are trying to achieve. I can feature a link to your website on the Main Page if you sign up.
 
Please have a look at the website if you have a chance and sign up if you think we could develop a good partnership.
 
Kind regards,
 
Nyasha Munjoma
Web Administrator
Baobab Comrades
 
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l have received information from  Ms. Khumbulanzimnews@mail.comi Ndlovu of the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Union (ZCTU), that Progressive Teachers Union (PTUZ), General Secretary, Raymond Majogwe and other members of PTUZ have been abducted by ZANU PF youth.
ZANU PF government is notorious especially towards presidential election scheduled end of March 2008. Many opposition members are being tortured for their beliefs. Millions of Zimbabweans have fled the country. Tens of thousands (in Zimbabwe) are starving to death due to state made starvation.
 
Please urgently pray for Ms. Kumbulani Ndlovu and others who were arrested with her.You may write a letter of  protest to Zimbabwean Embassy in Pretoria Fax: +27 (0) 12 342 5126 , Tel: +27 (0) 12 342 5125, Email: zimbabwe.embassy@dfat.gov.au,
 
Your support will be greatly appreciated. For further information on the atrocities or humanitarian crisis in Zimbabwe write to; Email: zimnews@mail.com, Fax: +27 86 6502 828
Yours For freedom & justice,
 
Collen Makumbirofa
Foundation of Reason & Justice
http://forjustice.atspace.org/
zimnews@mail.com
 
 
PTUZ activists abducted
 
The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions has been informed that a number of activits from the Progressive Teachers Union (PTUZ), including general secretary, Raymond Majogwe were abducted this morning by Zanu PF youths and were reportedly taken to the party offices along fouth street were they are being tortured. Reports we are getting is that some of them may have been beaten seriously. All their telephones have been taken away from them.
The PTUZ, an affiliate of the ZCTU, was distributing flyers on the State of the education system in Zimbabwe and were demanding that authorities act on the collapse of the education system.
 
At the time of this writing, lawyers are trying to have access to them   
 
Khumbulani Ndlovu (Ms)
Information Officer
Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions
P.O Box 3549
Harare, Zimbabwe
Telephone 263-4-794702/794742
Cell 263 11 620 232
Fax 263-4- 728484
E-mail info@zctu.co.zw
Website www.zctu.co.zw
 
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MESSAGE TO THE ZIM EMBASSY STAFF IN PRETORIA!


WE, ZIMBABWEAN CITIZENS RESIDENT IN SOUTH AFRICA HAVE A RIGHT TO VOTE FROM HERE, IN SOUTH AFRICA. ON THURSDAY, 24th JANUARY, 2008; WE ARE BRINGING A PETITION FROM OURSELVES TO INFORM YOU THAT IF WE ARE NOT ALLOWED TO VOTE IN THE DIASPORA; THEN THERE WILL BE NO ZIMBABWEAN EMBASSIES IN THE WHOLE DIASPORA!
 
MORE INFORMATION IN THE NEXT FEW DAYS!
 
Rev Mufaro Stig Hove (Patron, Zimbabwe Revolutionary Youth Movement.) Cell: 0791463039 RSA..
 
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PRES M R TSVANGIRAI'S PRESS CONFERENCE (17/04/2008)

The President , Cde Simon “Dreadman” Mudekwa has asked me to inform you that on Friday, 11th April, 2008; the young people will proceed to President Mbeki’s Offices to deliver an urgent Petition.

This is especially because President Mbeki is attending a SADC Heads of State and Government meeting in Lusaka on Saturday. So the Youths are giving him an urgent ULTIMATUM!

The Youths will then proceed to the SADC Foreign Desk to deliver an equally strongly worded PETITION.

Please contact the President Mudekwa on 0796192955 or the Sec General on 0722543486.

Thank you.

Rev Mufaro Stig Hove.

PATRON. 0791463039 RSA.

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To contact the gallant comrade, please phone him on cell: 0796192955 RSA.
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REV YOUTHS IN "MARCH FOR A NEW ZIMBABWE!"

The President of the Zimbabwe Revolutionary Youth Movement, Mr Simon Dreadman Mudekwa has asked me to inform you that on Thursday, 13th March, 2008 beginning at 10.00am there will be a march in Johannesburg starting at the Central Methodist Church.

For more information please contact the brother on cell: 0796192955.

God bless.

Rev Mufaro Stig Hove.

Patron: Zimbabwe Revolutionary Youth Movement

MUGABE SEES THE ANTI-MUGABE DEMO FROM ACROSS THE LIMPOPO!

MUGABE SEES THE ANTI-MUGABE DEMO FROM ACROSS THE LIMPOPO!

PRESIDENT OF THE ZIM REV YOUTHS GIVES REPORT TO "SWRADIOAFRICA" ABOUT 21/02/2008 ZIM EMBASSY DEMO!!!

Demos at various points in the world>>>Please listen to Prof Stanford Mukasa's Appeal!

DEMO>>>>ZIMBABWEAN EMBASSY, PRETORIA>>> 21ST FEBRUARY, 2008.

PLEASE KINDLY NOTE THAT THE ZIMBABWE REVOLUTIONARY YOUTH MOVEMENT WILL HOLD A DEMO AT THE ZIMBABWEAN EMBASSY, PRETORIA ON THURSDAY, 21ST FEBRUARY, 2008 AT 10.00AM TO 12.00 NOON.
THE PROCESSION STARTS OPPOSITE THE UNION BUILDINGS AT 9.00AM.
PLEASE CONTACT THE PRESIDENT ON CELL0796192955 /THE SEC GENERAL CELL: 0722543486 / THE PUBLICITY SEC CELL: 0787303844.
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October 4th, 2007 Demo at the Prestigious Milpark Hospital, JHB!

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APPEAL FROM "THE ZIMBABWE REVOLUTIONARY YOUTHS!"
We have secured an Office in Johannesburg.We have received a generous donation of desks and chairs.
We need computers both the Office Computers and Laptops!
We have avoided seeking donations by advertising our needs but please kindly assist our just cause!For more information please contact the PARTON, REV MUFARO STIG HOVE, Cell: 0791463039 RSA and the PRESIDENT, SIMON "DREADMAN" CELL: 0722611493
RSA.e-mail: PATRON: mufarostig@yahoo.co.uk
THANKING YOU IN ADVANCE!

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The Zimbabwe Revolutionary Youth Movement on 12th February, 2008 demonstrated at the Pan-African Parliament!

FOR NEWS ABOUT THE ZIM EMBASSY, PRETORIA DEMO!!!!!!

FOR MORE PICTURES AND MORE ON THE SUCCESSFUL DEMO, PLEASE KINDLY GO TO: www.zimdiasporavote.blogspot.com

"IF THERE IS NO DIASPORA VOTE, THERE WILL BE NO EMBASSIES IN THE DIASPORA!"


WE, ZIMBABWEAN CITIZENS RESIDENT IN SOUTH AFRICA HAVE A RIGHT TO VOTE FROM HERE, IN SOUTH AFRICA. ON THURSDAY, 24th JANUARY, 2008; WE ARE BRINGING A PETITION FROM OURSELVES TO INFORM YOU THAT IF WE ARE NOT ALLOWED TO VOTE IN THE DIASPORA; THEN THERE WILL BE NO ZIMBABWEAN EMBASSIES IN THE WHOLE DIASPORA!

MORE INFORMATION IN THE NEXT FEW DAYS!

Rev Mufaro Stig Hove (Patron, Zimbabwe Revolutionary Youth Movement.) Cell: 0791463039 RSA..

Cde Simon Mudekwa (President, Zimbabwe Revolutionary Youth Movement.) Cell: 0796192955 RSA.
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May I take this opportunity to inform you that the undersigned movement will be having a demonstration at the Pan-African Parliament offices on Tuesday, 12 February 2008.These demonstrations are so important as they will also help in keeping the World Cup here in SA.
With the current situation we are heading for disaster as FIFA is consulting extensively on whether the lucrative tournament is supposed to be shifted to Australia because of Zimbabwe situation.
We are going to highlight all this on this day.What it means is that collective efforts is the only solution in bringing Zimbabwe back to normal and then have our World Cup for the first time in Africa.
It is a very sensitive issue which might take too long for ordinary people to see and by the time we will realize it, it will be too late.The demonstration will start at 10 am and ends at 12 noon.For more information please contact the President on 079 619 2955.
Looking forward to seeing you at the Pan African Parliament.
Yours in the struggle of liberating Africa
Simon Mudekwa
President-Revolutionary Youth Movement of Zimbabwe

SA COPS GUARD ZIM EMBASSY!!


Thursday, 24 January 2008 17:07
PRETORIA- ZIMBABWE ambassador to South Africa, Simon Khaya-Moyo sought the support of South Africa Police Service (SAPS) to protect the country's embassy in Pretoria following threats by the Revolutionary Youth Movement of Zimbabwe to stage massive protests against suspected election rigging that appear will not be free and fair in Zimbabwe.
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