16 Jul Written by  Administrator

Crisis Coalition dispatches delegation to Botswana

Botswana – A REPRESENTATIVE delegation of Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) arrived in the country’s capital, Gaborone on Sunday, July 13 to engage civil society, solidarity partners, and government officials. Its itinerary includes engagements with development partners, Southern African Development Community Council of Non-Governmental Organisations (SADC CNGO) and SADC Secretariat to update them on the state of affairs in Zimbabwe ahead of the SADC Summit here next month.


The seven member delegation will speak on the state of affairs in Zimbabwe specifically on the economy, human rights situation and implementation of the constitution post July 31 elections.


The Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) would like to express its gratitude to Botswana for its continued solidarity with the people of Zimbabwe in our quest for sustainable peace and democracy for over a decade now,” read the Briefing paper for the delegation.

“We are conscious of the challenges that Botswana faces hence we are most grateful that you have remained engaged on Zimbabwe.

We are convinced that, with your continued support and from SADC, Zimbabwe can have sustainable peace, prosperity and democracy which will also, in a critical way, enhance political and democratic stability in the region,”


Joy Mabenge (CiZC head of secretariat), Memory Kadau (CiZC Advocacy and Networking Officer), and Samukheliso Khumalo (CiZC Vice-Chairperson), Thokozile Matshe (CiZC board member), Tabani Moyo (CiZC-Chair Information Committee), and Mehluli Dube (CiZC- Chair Arts and Culture) and Lizwe Jamela (CiZC – Human Rights Committee member) make up the delegation.

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