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Country: Zimbabwe
General Information:

Who we are

Zvakwana/Sokwanele is a non-partisan, non-profit group of passionate people volunteers and visionaries working to keep Zimbabweans informed about breaking news, including civic campaigns and public meetings and events. We have an activist wing that engages in non-violent civic actions.

The words zvakwana and sokwanele are vernacular for "enough is enough".

What we stand for

This organisation intends to create space for freedom of movement and expression in Zimbabwe through acts that defy the repressive regime.
The organisation's objective is to achieve a system of governance that will:

remove the propensity for human rights abuses,
ensure the rights of the individual are upheld regardless of gender, religion, race, sexual orientation or political persuasion
The organisation will conduct itself in a manner that upholds the International Charter of Human Rights and be guided by the recently formed International Court of Law.

The organisation is committed to non-violent means of expressing its civil disobedience activities.

Activities will be undertaken in a manner that takes cognisance of the oppressive environment currently imposed on the country by a repressive regime and its unjust laws.

We call on all Zimbabweans to take courage and defy any person, state authority, organisation or business that infringes the basic rights of you, your family and your loved ones.
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