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Public Declaration – School Fees Payment Boycott!


#BoycottSchoolFees For the URGENT attention of: ALL Education Ministries, Cabinet, Parliament and Senate of Zimbabwe The Government of Zimbabwe has directly retrogressed in its obligation to provide free primary education according to local, regional and international instruments. The State has made no effort to correct this retrogression even after including the right to education in […]

WOZA to launch School Fees Boycott


Members of Women of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA) will in the next week launch an escalated phase of their free primary school education campaigning. Members resolved to launch the campaign with a peaceful march. During the march, members will call on citizens to boycott paying school fees or levies. The government of Zimbabwe continues to show […]

Open letter to Education Minister Dokora


WOZA Bulawayo members will march to hand over an open letter to Minister of Primary Education Minister Dokora. The open letter covers the view of members, adults and children who object to the manner, spirit and implementation of the national pledge. Open leter to Minister Dokora 6may2016 [ how strong is 5 mg of cialis […]

WOZA members won’t pledge


Members of Women of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA) have refused to participate in the government dictated school pledge programme. Members, adults and child human rights defenders met on 30 April and 1st May 2016 and shared knowledge of what school officials instructed children and their parents to do at close of the last school term. Members […]

#2Save Education 2Save our children WOZA Report


Constitutional Right to Education Survey Report The state of education in Zimbabwe and how the deterioration is affecting our children It’s time for Collective Action to Save Education in Zimbabwe “Education is a public good and fundamental human right recognised in Article 26 of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights and upheld in various […]

Members urge Mayor to stand up for right to trade


Women of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA) today submitted a letter to the Executive Mayor of Bulawayo Councillor Martin Moyo, calling on him to stand with the people of Bulawayo trying to eke out a living by informal trade. The majority of WOZA members are involved in informal trading. WOZA members urged him to be courageous and […]

Bulawayo members to march 13Feb2015


Zimbabwe joins citizens of the world in commemorating Valentine’s Day, a day to give each other a red rose that represents LOVE. Women of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA) members, the majority of them are women and some brave men are still drawing attention to the need for LOVE in Zimbabwe. The love WOZA members wants is […]

WOZA members in Bulawayo Water Rights March


Women of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA) members are to participate in a ‘Right to Water’ civic society organised coalition march at 10am friday 14 november 2014 in Bulawayo. The march will start at the Egodini bus terminus and end at the city Hall. The City Mayor is expected to address participants along with civic society leaders. […]

WOZA Harare members love tokens rebuffed by police beatings


ABOUT 980 Harare members took part in the Women of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA) Valentine’s Day protest to Parliament in Kwame Nkrumah Street. Marching peacefully in two formations, members were undisturbed and reached parliament to find over 30 Anti Riot Police blocking the entrance to Parliament, signing songs to deliver a message for respect and activation […]

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 […]