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Practice the spirit of Ubuntu for the love of Zimbabwe


WOZA calls on Zimbabweans to practice the spirit of Ubuntu for the love of Zimbabwe Women of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA) will conduct their traditional Valentines Days peaceful protests, handing out red roses and calling on public office bearers to practice the spirit of Ubuntu (I am because we are) and realise that they represent people, […]

Police fail PEACE test


ONE thousand five hundred Women of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA) members participated in peacefully marching to hand over a list of demands to local and national government on Thursday 19th in Harare and in Bulawayo on Friday 20th September. These peaceful protests were met with the arrest and brief detention of nine members, and over 30 […]

WOZA Moya September 2013


Woza Moya September 2013

Peace must deliver freedom and development


WOZA delivered this petition to parliament on 19 September 2013 – the response was beatings with baton sticks and a 3 hour detention of 3 WOZA leaders, Williams, Mahlangu and Nyamanindi before police politely ‘showed the 3 the way out’! The 21st September is celebrated the world over as a day of Peace. Women of […]

WOZA Moya May 2013


Woza Moya May 2013

WOZA Moya February 2013


Woza Moya Feb 2013

195 arrested during Valentines Day protests, 50 beaten, Bertha remains in custody


Women of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA) members in Harare and Bulawayo conducted their traditional Valentine’s Day protests and both protests were marred by beatings and arrests. This is the 11th year WOZA has conducted such a protest and this year’s theme is under the theme – One Love.  One hundred and ninety five were arrested then […]

Mayor no show as Police block WOZA protest to City Hall


WOMEN of Zimbabwe Arise members numbering 150 made it to the steps of the City Hall Mayors office but senior ranking police officers blocked their access to engage the Mayor and the Mayor did not attend to address the aggrieved members, his voters. This was the third day of protest bemoaning the Bulawayo water woes. […]

79 members and 2 babies arrested for WATER protest


ALL RELEASED BY 3PM!!!!  SANITY PREVAILED SEVENTY NINE members and two babies are under arrest at Bulawayo Central police station for staging a peaceful protest at the City Council Tower block on the water issue. At noon 12 November 2012. A 16 year old girl was handcuffed so over an hour as they officer concerned […]

Constitution Reform Statement on Members Consultation


Women of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA) have completed a member’s consultation regarding political developments in Zimbabwe. The activity was conducted to keep members briefed on the situation that prevails but also to consult members on what position the organisation should adopt around the constitutional and political scenarios that could play out. The workshop consultation was conducted […]