To co-ordinate, organise and help Zimbabweans in our community overcome ignorance, fear, destitution, deportation and realise their dreams for a happy and free life both in the UK and abroad. On that note we endeavour to do our best in facilitating and advocating for a stress free integration of our people within the English society and pursue the agenda for a New Zimbabwe. It is also our vision as Zimbabweans to ultimately have a social club or cultural centre of our own. As a pressure lobbying group and hardworking people we seek to impact positively on both our families as role models and the society around us as peace-loving and law-abiding citizens.

“We can if we think we can, together we shall make the change”

One race – human race (mankind) & one love – Agape

For more information click here for our constitution (button temporarily inactive)

NB: OVER the past 6 months there has been an increase in the numbers of asylum seekers in Nottingham being detained and threatened with deportation. Although a number have had their deportations stayed (the fight continues for their right to remain), others have been deported within days and face an uncertain future back in their countries of origin. Given the current economic and political climate, attacks on refugees and asylum seekers can only get worse.
May we take this opportunity to remind all our members and all other interested parties that even under such circumstancies highlighted above our mission statement and policy remains the same as we continue to be focused on our objectives and aims as NZCN. Let it be clear, therefore, that in all our undertakings and deliberations it is never our policy at all to stand in the path of justice or encourage any unlawful activity. Hence, nobody should ever mistake us for  sympathising with any criminal or illegal activity whatsoever. Where the law should take its course, we do not dispute. Weare not lawyers but a pressure charity which when required to provide evidece or proof of membership of any of our members or demonstrate/protest for the benefit of such, we do our best without fear or favour and within the  correct legal parametres.  We only try our best under justifiable circumstances to plead with the powers that be that our members and more especially those who sought asylum are not forced into or subjected to situations where they obviously would face percecution from Mugabe or his supporters.
We are sincerely gratiful for the understanding and continued support we receive from all our  members, partners and associates, including such organisations as The Refugee Forum, No Borders, the Nottingham City Council and other various  government departments such as the courts, honourable members  of parliament, the home office, the police (especially community relationship building section), other community network groups and several individuals whose names we cannot list here because of space limitations.
As an organisation we believe that better families constitute better societies and fully understand that integration is a process which no individual can fully achieve alone.
Building a better and just society, united we stand – one race, the human race or mankind.

10 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Keisha  |  March 19, 2009 at 9:44 pm

    Where are you located?

  • 2. Gilbert Bere  |  July 24, 2009 at 11:40 pm

    Being an NCA member I am over-the-moon on the news of Dr. Madhuku’s visit.I will be with you on the said date.Gadzirai zondo chete.

  • 3. Gilbert Bere  |  July 24, 2009 at 11:42 pm

    Being an NCA member I am over-the-moon on the news of Dr. Madhuku’s visit.I will be with you on the said date.Gadzirai zondo chete.Count on me I will spread the word.Could you incooperate us in future programmes so that we could benefit from it.

  • 4. A MANDEBVU  |  August 4, 2009 at 5:51 pm

    As one of our objectives, we also endeavour to establish links between us in nottingham and those of our comrades in harare to share our experiences, thereby cementing twin sister links between the two cities.

  • 5. lazarus buta  |  January 14, 2010 at 11:12 am

    Being a member of NCA i knw that together we shall make the change

  • 6. Gilbert Bere  |  February 16, 2010 at 3:19 pm

    NAC and Lovemore Madhuku’s deliberate blackout by both local and international media is not surprising.The West in particular have a tendency of political polygamy.They will use you at their own terms and at the moment they are chasing their newly wed-the virgin Morgen Tsvangirai and his inclusive government’s experiment.Googluck to them all.

  • 7. Elias Muchingami  |  April 3, 2010 at 10:24 am

    We all zimbabweans, lets come together and celebrate our country independence day,Lets share ideas for our country’s economic growth and our children’s future.

  • 8. lewis manhambara  |  June 9, 2010 at 6:25 pm

    aluta continua.Human rights is for the people

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