Working Towards Integration, Building & Empowering The Community.



Chairman – Regis Manyanya


Vice Chairman – Mr Farai Mukwekwerere





Secretary and Administrator – Mr Allan Njanji


Treasurer~Gilbert Musarurwa


Information and Publicity – Simbarashe  Dziruni



Committee Members

Chenai Chawira

Pamela Mhandu



  • 1. nzcn  |  June 16, 2008 at 12:25 am

    Let it be clear that the sole purpose of this demonstration is to register our concern regarding the issue of forced removal or deportation of Zimbabweans irregardless of their immigration status, whatever, the outcome of the June 27 elections in Zimbabwe. Even though our life conditions as failed assylum seekers are a struggle – travelling far to sign regularly whilst not allowed to work and with no free access to the health delivery system is better compared to early removal to Zimbabwe. It is, therefore, our plea that Britain may employ a human face to the rehabilitation issue since most of us are casualities of Mugabe’s 28 years regime – left with no homes, no jobs, no hope. We believe Organisations such as Red Cross International, International Organisation for Migration, No Borders, and others do back our cause as well. On that note it is our humble request on humanitarian ground that we be given the choice to decide to settle and intergrate in the UK or grab a more realistic Voluntary Return package of not less than 15000 pounds as opposed to the present 3000 pounds. The thought of sudden return to the hell which Zimbabwe has been reduced to (a pariah state – no need to elaborate), is more than a nightmare. Mercy is what we are begging for so that we may not fulfil the adage, ‘from the frying pan into the fire’. Thank you.

  • 2. Grayson  |  June 18, 2008 at 8:09 pm

    This is a noble cause. Zimbabwe has already gone past the stage of being confused for a normal country. It has even surpassed the pariah status. It is simply a nation that is beyond repair at present therefore forced removals are just like simply rescuing a person from a frying pan and throwing them into the flame. Gordon Brown should go beyond rhetoric and stop forced removal. If he can call the reegime ‘a criminal and desperate regime’ then it does not make sense to deport people back to that country which is ruled by the criminals. We call upon Gordon to match his words with positive action

  • 3. nzcn  |  June 19, 2008 at 8:28 am

    Thank you Grayson for your valuable remarks. Looking forward to seeing you on June 27 to stand with us in the demo if you can manage.

  • 4. nzcn  |  June 22, 2008 at 8:14 pm

    AGAIN as emphasised in our comment concerning the June 27 demonstration the objective remains unscathed by MDC president Tsvangirai’s decision to pull out of the election run-off. If not anything, our cause has become even more solidified by this new development.
    Our CRY to Britain has even turned to GROANING this time, as the situation in Zimbabwe has become even more grotesque, frustrating and hope waning.
    Let us stand together as one and make the demo a resounding success and a true voice for the voiceless!!!

  • 5. Innocent  |  June 24, 2008 at 10:59 am

    Prime Minister Gordon Brown cannot say it any better, that Mugabe was … ‘a criminal and a cabal’ and that Tsvangirai did the right thing by pulling out of the election run-off. We are positive that he (prime minister) shall take heed to our call in this Friday demo. and stop any forced removal of Zimbabweans despite their immigration status.

  • 6. Innocent  |  June 24, 2008 at 11:10 am

    Mugabe abuses Zimbabweans because generally he knows them like a book that they are hardworking, resilient and peace-loving. Thats why he and his cronies boast that come what may, we can survive and even better with sanctions. They know they are printing money 24/7 and they can even hijack a national airline to pick their groceries from their Eastern friend countries.
    In the light of the above demo may the powers that be, please allow Zimbabweans to work and fend for themselves and their families and relatives (the surviving ones) backhome who are being brutalised and killed daily by Mugabe,s thugs

  • 7. CLEMENCE NYAMAYARO  |  June 28, 2008 at 8:43 pm

    What is happening in Zimbabwe is nothing short of genocide. The brutal regime of Robert Mugabe has declared war on the citizens of Zimbabwe in their pursuit of remaining in power at all cost. The MDC, having legitimately won the March 29 Parliamentary and Presidential elections decided to withdraw from the Presidential run-off putting the safety of the citizens of Zimbabwe and its members first. The current environment in Zimbabwe did not at all cost allow the running of a free and fair election.

    I strongly continue to call for the international community to take decisive action against the dictatorship in Zimbabwe. It is time now to put words into action and avoid another Rwanda. SADC, African Union and the UN should take the lead in tackling this despot. If our President Morgan Tsvangirai is forced to take refuge, imagine the situation for those of our supporters in the middle of the rural areas.

    To keep up the pressure on this dictatorship I am calling on all Zimbabweans in the UK, well-wishers from the UK society, human rights activists and members of the public to come together and share ideas of way forward.

    Thank you.

  • 8. Madzima m  |  August 9, 2008 at 4:47 pm

    The talks between Zanu pf and MDCare welcome by any peace loving citizen.Let us make one point straight that Mugabe must never be allowed to take a position that has influence in the running of Zimbabwe.He can remain an opposition leader for as long as he like.TSWANGIRAI ACHATONGA MADONGI ACHIKUMA. TSWANGIRAI to choose his own service chiefs from anew zimbabwe.Va mugabe kumana .

  • 9. Prince PM Cde Maolesa  |  August 20, 2008 at 10:17 pm

    Dear Comrades I would like to first comment on the Talks with Zanu pf, we as MDC supporters rally behind the wise decision made by our President Morgan Tsvangirai not to legitimise Mugabe’s power struggle. It is well known that for one to be asked to head the government without an army in Africa is a joke, Sons and Daughters of Zimbabwe open your eyes and see how this regime has caused since 1980 when the ruthless man came to power and I would want to quote one statement which our late old friend shared with me that in 1963 when late Chitepo came to address the masses at CJ hall in Highfields there was a down pour of rain, but when Mugabe came in 1980 at Zimbabwe Grounds it was very hot and people fainted and some died. My old friend said that was an indication of a heartless man.

    Comrades we need to stand with our President Morgan Tsvangirai at this moment and would bring more suffering to the nation. This is why we are still happy to stay in these Outside Prison situations in Nottingham and the rest of UK.

    Chinja Maitiro, Maitiro Chinja; Guqula izenzo, Izenzo Guqula.

    A New Zimbabwe A New Begining

  • 10. slough  |  October 12, 2008 at 9:28 pm

    No one can say it better. Who has ever seen Mugabe’s tear * no matter what an occasion may be.

  • 11. CHANTEL MUNGOFA  |  December 8, 2008 at 12:04 pm

    What Mugabe is doing to the people of Zimbabwe its like genocide it is so sad for people to die while their President just looks on and ignores the situation.I feel it is high time for the world leaders to take action and remove this evil President our relatives a perishing while we look on.

  • 12. Va Chikosha  |  January 15, 2009 at 1:49 pm

    Proud to be Zimbabwean.

    The 13/01/09 Demo in London was commendable. It demonstrated that we as a people are capable of following the rules of the land in voicing our concerns.


  • 13. mdcnottingham  |  January 17, 2009 at 5:30 am


  • 14. Caroline Mombeyarara  |  January 29, 2009 at 10:31 am

    Keep up the good work guys.
    We are ralling behind u!!!!!

  • 15. Grace Nhamburo  |  February 18, 2009 at 4:51 pm

    I was so happy to have come across the good news of the new Zimbabwe human rights organisation. I did not know about its existence but am happy now. Do keep on doing the good work on Zimbabwe I have joined you in the group am now a member. May the Lord God Almighty help us Zimbabweans in the UK to come together and fight for a just cause.

  • 16. james zungunde  |  April 5, 2009 at 10:20 pm

    As i, like many others appreciate the developments in zimbabwe but at the same time i know that MUGABE is still running the country and if he is a changed man he should have admitted to losing the elections.The TYRANT IS HERE TO STAY.WHAT A SHAME.

  • 17. 3rdliberation.org  |  April 8, 2009 at 4:02 pm

    I think most us agree with James, As long as Mugabe is there Zimbabwe will never be free. MDC needs to be strong and come the elections they need to make sure they doing the right thing as we all know how Bob operates.

  • 18. Abigail N  |  July 17, 2009 at 2:37 pm

    When is our leaders ever going to stand for us! It is public knowledge that things are far from okay in Zimbabwe, Those who were not able to run away from that TYRANT, MUGABE, are suffering in Zimbabwe, our so called prime minister is now wanting us to go back , what a joke! most of us have been in the merry go round of the immigration system in this country and thus have nothing to go home to. How is Tsvangirai going to support us getting jobs and help in the development of our country, He does not have the money, power or the tenacity that is required to deal with mugabe, If he really is concerned about our welfare he should start by seeing that there constitution is drawn, implemented, then elections are held, only then can he ask us to go back home. We have suffered enough as it is without going back to be a burden to a country already on its knees.
    Somewhere at the back of my mind warning bells are ringing already, You know arrogant African leaders who sacrifice their people for their own benefit, want power above anything else,

    Beware Zimbabweans!

  • 19. Laureen Takawira  |  August 6, 2009 at 4:25 pm

    The situation in Zimbabwe continues to be appalling regardless of the unity government. All i can say is as long as Mugabe is still in the government nothing will change. Its so sad to see that the whole world continues to watch and no one wants to tackle this dictator. I don’t think anyone is enjoying life in foreign lands, whilst seperated from familes and friends all because of one man. Never give up until justice prevails in Zimbabwe.

  • 20. Memory Mapondera  |  September 4, 2009 at 12:35 pm

    It brings tears to my eyes everytime i think of how many fellow zimbabwean citizens have had their lives taken away for standing up for what they believe in.This TYRANT has selfishly took away loved ones from families,in his careless plot to stay in power.I strongly believe no one should be given a death penalty for standing up for their rights as loyal citizens,ITS OUR RIGHT BY LAW,and its ridiculous how he continues to do so.Qustions continually flood my mind on when all the killing will stop,the mental and physical torture,destitution and all the evils that come under this brutal Mugabe regime.Many fellow zimbabwean citizens choose involuntarily to be ‘smiling sufferers’with no voice because of the fear of persecution,which is justifiable,but how will our pains be aired if our voices stay unheard?This Evil little man will continue to squash his people with no remorse..sad!He has succeeded in taking the last bit of strenght in us all.WE WILL CONTINUE TO KNOCK,ONE DAY THE RIGHT DO WILL OPEN

    Let our united voices be heard.


  • 21. alice runganga  |  November 17, 2009 at 8:35 pm

    when is the next meeting nottingham.

  • 22. teclah zungunde  |  December 4, 2009 at 10:47 pm

    tvangirai is not decided or he is now showing his corwardness one minute he says the unity government is not working one minute his asking people in diaspora to go back to zimbabwe.

  • 23. brian moyo  |  December 27, 2009 at 7:51 pm

    Am so delighted to come across good news about New Zimbabwe Human Rights Organisation.its such a huge relief to all us Zimbabweans many thanks to mr preacher Muguza, Chairman Mr Regis Munyanya,Albert Mandebvu,Tsitsi chibwanda lets continoe to stand and support one another.Its a New Zimbabwe a New biginning

  • 24. lazarus buta  |  December 30, 2009 at 12:19 pm

    All us zimbabweans please lets keep up the pressure on this dictatorship I am calling on all zimbabweans in the uk,society,human rights activists and members of the public to come together and share ideas of way forward pls

  • 25. martha manangazira  |  June 2, 2010 at 9:24 pm

    I am so glad that i have meet this group it does help a lot. They are very supportive.

  • 26. AGNES MATIKITI  |  August 6, 2010 at 4:36 pm

    zimbabweans we should come together and make the EU realise and become more aware of the situation in zimbabwe because the situatoin is still the same, yes food and necessities are now readily available but where is the average person going to get the income when unemployment rate is so high and with the elections taking place soon, are there going to be free and far elctions with security from the UN ? MUGABE MUST GO…

  • 27. DOREEN NYARIRI  |  August 25, 2010 at 12:22 pm

    Its so sad to see how zimbabweans are suffering because of Mugabe, other countries should not just watch and comment but should intervene.

  • 28. Tsvangirai Mugabe  |  November 26, 2010 at 12:33 pm

    Ende ndanyara. Munonyadzisa. Mungabva matuka nyika yenyu kudai nokuda kugara UK. Taurai chokwadi kuti mava kunyara kudzoka nokuti hamuna chamuinacho. Tsvangirai na Mugabe vanosweronwa tii vose mazuva ose imi muchiita basa rekutaura zvisina nhando nokuda kugara kukanyika kanhotonhora. Tidzokerei kumusha apa. Munoda kuti Zimbabwe iite zvakaitwa Iraq varungu venyu ivavo vachida madiamonds edu vakahwanda nokuti vanoda kubvisa Mugabe. Zvino kana makamirira kuzodzoka Tsvangirai ave kutonga makamirira mahara nokuti haasi kuzofa akatonga nyangwe zuva robuda nekumadokero. Pakasvika ipapa pekuita Prime Minister asina masimba pakatokwana. Kana musina zvokuita taurai chokwadi tironge kuti mungabatsirike sei munyika yenyu yechisikirwa. Kune vari mushure menhau latest ndeyekuti Zimbabwe is home to more than 25% of the world’s known diamonds. Saka cash is not a problem. Mukanonoka zvenyu kudzoka makamirira varungu vachakupai mari muri kuirasa. Dzikai kumusha maComrades pane kuswera muchikwenya misana yetuchembere ikoko. Kana riri $ tinaro heavy.

  • 29. Mthulisi  |  December 3, 2010 at 11:09 pm

    Unfortunately medical science is not yet advanced enough to offer banaTsvangirai Mugabe a brain transplant. There is a clear distinction between ‘nyika yedu’ and Zanu-pf. But then again, boot-lickers never get time to raise their heads and look reality in the face!

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