Equal Justice Initiative Zimbabwe

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Our work - to end death penalty,gender equity,human rights defenders,climate justice,culture and her

10/10/2021

“A Church that has lost its voice for justice is a Church that has lost its relevance in the world.”

21/08/2021

Your health is not a game. Your child's health is not a political issue. Economic inclusion is not a joke. Gender Parity isn't a ruse. Justice for all isn't something to be played with. All those things are on the ballot . It's serious

21/04/2021

April 21, 2021 (Wednesday)

Today a jury in Minneapolis, Minnesota, convicted former police officer Derek Chauvin on all counts in the death of George Floyd. On May 25, 2020, Chauvin knelt on Floyd’s neck for 9 minutes and 29 seconds after arresting him for allegedly trying to pass a counterfeit $20 bill. The jury found Chauvin guilty of second-degree murder, third-degree murder, and second-degree manslaughter. He faces up to 75 years in prison, and will be sentenced in two months.

As we heard this verdict today, it was striking how many Americans breathed a sigh of relief. It stands out to me that, although a girl passing by, Darnella Frazier, had the presence of mind to record a video of the entire encounter on her cell phone so we could all see what happened entirely too clearly, we were not certain of the outcome.

When they released information about Floyd’s death on May 26, the Minneapolis police department described it like this: “Two officers arrived and located the suspect, a male believed to be in his 40s, in his car. He was ordered to step from his car. After he got out, he physically resisted officers. Officers were able to get the suspect into handcuffs and noted he appeared to be suffering medical distress. [He was, in fact, dead.] Officers called for an ambulance. He was transported to Hennepin County Medical Center by ambulance where he died a short time later.”

If Ms. Frazier had not captured the video, would Chauvin be in prison right now? Between 2013 and 2019, only 1% of killings by police have resulted in criminal charges.

How many of those deaths are like that of Mr. Floyd?

I cannot help but think of the famous image of Deputy Sheriff Cecil Ray Price and Sheriff Laurence A. Rainey laughing at a hearing after their arraignment following the murder of three civil rights workers in Philadelphia, Mississippi, in 1964.

Price and Rainey were members of the Ku Klux Klan. On June 21, Price stopped James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael Schwerner, allegedly for speeding, then arrested them on suspicion that they had burned a church. That night, after they paid their speeding ticket and left, Price followed them, stopped them, ordered them into his car, and then took them down a deserted road and turned them over to two cars full of his fellow terrorists. They beat and murdered the men and buried them at an earthen dam that was under construction.

Price and Rainey thought it was funny when they were arraigned along with 16 of their friends—not for murder, because Mississippi refused to bring charges, but for conspiracy and violating the civil rights of the murdered men, both federal offenses. And why shouldn’t they think it was all a joke? The jury was all white and, after all, they were law enforcement officers.

But, in the end, Price was convicted and sentenced to six years in prison (he served four) and Rainey, who was not at the murder scene, was found not guilty, but lost his job and his marriage and blamed the FBI and the media for ruining his life.

That’s what at stake today, of course. After 1877, certain white men in the American South could commit crimes with impunity, doing whatever they wished to the rest of us, because the region had become a one-party state. Protesters like Chaney, Goodman, and Schwerner set out to reestablish the principle of equality before the law. In 1964, Price and Rainey tried to stop them and found, to their surprise, that the world had changed. Then, in 1965, the Voting Rights Act protecting the right of Black people to vote and the stranglehold of the white supremacists on the one-party South loosened.

In 2021, once again, certain people in our government and law enforcement would like to exercise the political dominance of a one-party state and the power that comes with it, this time on a national scale. Today, Chauvin found, to his apparent surprise, that the world is changing.

May her extraordinary act of bearing witness bring peace to Ms. Frazier.

Rest in power, Mr. Floyd.

16/11/2020

We at EJI and with million other girls and females across the world are starting a Campaign. If we are successful in school,career,business,leadership, or raising a family ,we will mentor a younger woman to walk in our footsteps.

11/11/2020

Women are absent from key decision-making forums and processes, from national parliament to provincial legislation to local government decision making.This absence gets worse when it comes to issues that ffect the girl child , both natures thrown or manmade. However today was a diferent day as women of all ages turned out in their numbers to air out their views at Mucheke Hall,Masvingo with respect to the issue of age of consent of children to access sexual reproductive health services
U.S. Embassy Harare UK in Zimbabwe Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission UNDP Zimbabwe

09/10/2020

Equal Justice to education is a fundamental human right

06/10/2020

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Pick n Pay Masvingo bars disabled woman from entering shop 29/09/2020

Pick n Pay Masvingo bars disabled woman from entering shop

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*Pick n Pay Masvingo bars disabled woman from entering shop*

TellZim Reporter

TM Pick n Pay Masvingo today barred a woman with albinism from getting into the shop because her skin could not be sanitized at the entrance, TellZim can report.

Agnes Gurunhe (35) of Mucheke A in the city, was prevented from getting into the shop, first by security people manning the entrance and later by till supervisor William Kokela.

This was after she had requested that she be given water and soap to wash her hands, rather than to have her use chemical sanitizer which is not friendly to her skin.

“I politely asked that I be given water and soap to wash my hands because my skin seriously reacts to sanitizers but the people manning the entrance said there was no water at the shop and they then denied me entry.

“I then requested to see the manager and they brought a man whom I assumed to be the manager. The man said it’s either I get my hands sanitized or I could not enter. After some talk, they then said I could list down the grocery items I wanted to purchase so that a staff member would do it for me while I waited outside. I considered that to be unreasonable because that would mean that I give them my bank card and my secret PIN,” Gurunhe told TellZim.

After the stalemate, Gurunhe was turned away from the shop.

TellZim contacted Disability Amalgamation Community Trust (DACT) chairperson Hentry Chavhanga who said he was shocked by the incident.

“I am on my way to find out what happened. That is an outrageous act of discrimination and TM Pick n Pay must be held responsible for that,” said Chivhanga, adding that he was going to seek audience with the shop manager.

The coronavirus pandemic has seen government promulgating regulations that require business owners to sanitize their customers and check their body temperatures at the entrances.

Pick n Pay Masvingo bars disabled woman from entering shop Agnes Gurunhe captured outside TM Pick n Pay Masvingo today TellZim Reporter TM Pick n Pay Masvingo today barred a woman with albinism f...

16/09/2020

In law what is the purpose of punishment?

To correct or to inflict pain-Blessing Karumbidza

Equal Justice Initiative Zimbabwe updated their phone number. 16/09/2020

Equal Justice Initiative Zimbabwe updated their phone number.

Equal Justice Initiative Zimbabwe updated their phone number.

13/07/2018

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Student Non-Violent Co-ordinating Committee LIVE FROM FLAMBOYANT HOTEL THEME: CAMPUS TO COMMUNITY BUILDING YOUR PERSONAL CHARACTER FOR BETTER RESULTS

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13/07/2018

CAMPUS TO COMMUNITY BUILDING YOUR PERSONAL CHARACTER FOR BETTER RESULTS

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Timeline photos 03/07/2016

Its an open secret that our country's economy is down and our country is penniless and how then do we expect our parents to be economically capable to raise our fees for the coming semester .The only thing that is left is hope for a better future like Econet has put it but we have been hoping since day one .God is the only solution we need and HELP US GOD.....

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03/08/2015

Equal Justice Initiative Zimbabwe

ATTENTION: As Part of our efforts to join the Nation in remembering our gallant freedom fighters and heroic defence forces we are glad to announce that we will be making BIG announcements tommorow once the final logistics are finalised. May i appeal to you all to be patient as there is more than one trip, one to Zambia and another one to the National Heroes Acre and National Sports Stadium. As has become the norm we will try and afford everyone a travelling chance. May i also thank the more than 500 students who have expressed interest in these trips suffice to say that at this stage we need no more than 100 students. Other trips will be organised to try and cater for those who do not make it this time. Keep watching our official page for the usual updates
https://m.facebook.com/g.z.usec

Comradely Yours
Tatenda Newman Nyoka
Secretary General S.R.C

Equal Justice Initiative Zimbabwe Our work - to end death penalty,gender equity,human rights defenders,climate justice,culture and heritage conservation,children's rights,health and enviromental rights,civic education,advocacy

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Lets not treat women as second class citizens

22/06/2015

We would like to wish our Muslim students and staff an immaculate Ramadaan

Timeline photos 12/02/2015

- “Our efforts to promote continental integration must place education of our people at the top of our priorities, as key elements in addressing development challenges." - Sam Nujoma

• Samuel Daniel Shafiishuna "Sam" Nujoma (/nuːˈjoʊmə/; born 12 May 1929) is a Namibian politician who was the first President of Namibia from 1990 to 2005. He led the South-West Africa People's Organization (SWAPO) in its long struggle against South African rule and took office as President when Namibia obtained independence on 21 March 1990.

He was subsequently re-elected in 1994 and 1999, remaining in office until March 2005. He was President of SWAPO from its founding in 1960 until 2007.

05/02/2015

"We pause to reflect on our progress and our history—not only to remember, but also to acknowledge our unfinished work. We reject the false notion that our challenges lie only in the past, and we recommit to advancing what has been left undone."

05/02/2015

NOTICE
A company in the Telecommunications industry is looking for students undertaking Marketing or IT for Work Related Learning placement.
Interested candidates should send CVs to [email protected]
Thank you

04/02/2015

NOTICE
The Contact Center Association of Zimbabwe based in Harare Is looking for a Marketing student for Work Related Learning placement.
CV's to be e-mailed to [email protected].
Thank you.

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Miss Zimbabwe World audition dates set
January 31, 2015 Local News
Melissa Mpofu Showbiz Editor
The search for a probity Miss Zimbabwe World queen is now on with scouting dates, venues and the pageant’s theme unveiled.
The Miss Zimbabwe Trust — organisers of the country’s flagship pageant — yesterday announced that this year’s pageant would run under the theme: “Probity” with the hope of attracting decent contestants.

Tendai Chirau, Miss Zimbabwe Trust communications and programmes manager, said the pageant which was recently rebranded from Miss Zimbabwe to Miss Zimbabwe World would be held on April 25 at Mermaid Pool Resort in Shamva — a few kilometres out of Harare.

Shortlisted models would be expected to travel to Harare on April 1 for boot camp.

“The shortlisted models who’ll make it for boot camp will be called Miss Zimbabwe delegates. While in boot camp, some who fail to meet our standards will be sent packing and we’ll remain with semi-finalists who we’ll call Miss Zimbabwe World semi-finalists,” Chirau said.

He said their scouting team would be making its way to Matabeleland North next week for auditions at Lupane State University on Wednesday. Matabeleland South will follow with auditions at Gwanda Polytechnic on February 5. On February 6 and 7, the team will be in Bulawayo for auditions at Bulawayo Rainbow Hotel.


From there they will move to the Midlands where auditions will be conducted at Fairmile Motel on February 8. On February 11, Masvingo beauties will have to go to Masvingo Civic Centre to get a chance to represent their province at the national pageant.

Manicaland auditions will be conducted at the Amber hotel in Mutare on February 12 followed by Mashonaland East auditions on February 13 at the Women’s University in Marondera.

On February 17, the team will be in Mashonaland West auditioning models at the Chinoyi University of Technology before making their way to Bindura University of Science Education on February 18. They will round up auditions on February 19 in Chitungwiza and hold their last leg in Harare on February 20, 21 and 22.

Chirau said to be eligible for the pageant which has since been opened up to those in the Diaspora, one needed to be between 18 and 26 years old and single.

“Those interested in taking part need to be 1,71m tall, never married, single, slim and aged between 18 and 26 years,” he said.
He said those based outside Zimbabwe would have to fill in an entry form online through their www.misszimbabwe.org website. The communications manager said the pageant was being held early so as to give the girl who will be crowned queen ample time to prepare for Miss World finals. Miss World will for the first time be held in Australia on September 27, giving the country’s queen five months to prepare.

Tendai Hunda is the reigning Miss Zimbabwe World.

Timeline photos 14/01/2015

Unsung hero: Mr Jairos Jiri MBE MA Hons
Jairos Jiri was born in 1921 in the Mutenyami Village in Bikita, Masvingo,close to Chitsanga Primary School. He was a philanthropist. In the early days of his childhood he had a dream of helping the disabled people. He started creating facilities in the 1940s for disadvantaged and disabled people in Rhodesia/Zimbabwe, using Christian principles of charity, patience and non-judgmental tolerance. The Jairos Jiri Association was founded in Bulawayo in 1950.
In 1959 Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II awarded Jairos an MBE (Member of the British Empire) for the outstanding contribution he had made to his fellow countrymen. In 1963 he was granted Freedom of the City of Bulawayo. Later that year he was invited to address an International Symposium on Rehabilitation attended by several African Countries in Kampala, Uganda. In July 1975 Mr. Jiri had an audience with Pope Paul VI, where he received a blessing for his great work and was presented with a medal marking a Holy year. On may 16 1977 the then University of Rhodesia awarded him an honorary degree in Master of Arts.In June 1981 he was granted Freedom of the City of Los Angeles. Earlier on that month Jairos Jiri became the first recipient of the newly inaugurated Goodwill Industries International Award for Humanitarian and Rehabilitation Work. Later the same year, Rotary International presented him with their International Year of Disabled Person Award for Africa which carries citation “Greatest Contribution to Rehabilitation in Africa.
Jairos Jiri had 18 children in total and was divorced three times. He lived with his last wife Ethel Jiri and their six daughters: Patience, Precious, Primrose, Priscilla, Penelope and Pamela who was 11 days old when he died in 1982. Ethel Jiri died from throat cancer and was buried alongside her husband in Bikita - Mutenyami village. Jairos Jiri was accorded a national hero's status in 1982 but his brother Ziwumbwa refused as he wanted him to be buried in the village. Jairos was buried in the Mutenyami Village in Bikita

Mobile uploads 03/12/2014

I am my brother's keeper,l am my sister's keeper should be at the centre of every person LOVE FOR ONE ANOTHER IS THE ANSWER.

LET#GOD#LEAD

Photos from Equal Justice Initiative Zimbabwe's post 26/11/2014

First Mutual Life Assurance Company in patnership with Equal Justice Initiative Zimbabwe Trust donated a state of the art ambulance at the official opening of Mashava Medical Centre .

24/11/2014

Wanted is a Logistics Manager for a manufacturing company.
Requirements:
5 years sales & distribution experience
Managerial expertise
Experience in the manufacturing and distribution industry a must.
Salary: Ranging between $1500- $1800
Email CVs to [email protected]

22/11/2014

Africans are the only people who goes around
begging for race-race relations. Just like it was in Ancient Africa,we
need to
build our own systems that functions,our own
societies,African functional networks and
uphold our own values and virtues and the
world would find its way to our door,even
though it may be in the woods. Looting the national treasury to stash
the
billions in European banks for Europeans to
borrow and kick start their businesses is not
the way to do it,neither is hating what is your
own and imitating other cultures.
DRC is the richest country in the world on resources, Botswana is the
number one
diamond producer of diamonds by value in the
world, Zimbabwe has a third of the world's
diamonds, and South Africa leads on the
production of the most expensive mineral in
the world, platinum. The ball is in our court,to kick it and score,or to
continue giving excuses.

Mobile uploads 22/07/2014

Peace begins with you, peace begins with all of us.As the students community we joining the rest of the world in paying our condolences to the people of Malaysia and Gaza during this hard time they are facing as nations. May the God of Abraham restore peace among us for we are one people.

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