and spiritual issues, says the coordinator Richard Nyirenda.
They also want to be a forum for the mobilisation of funds and resources for Zimbabweans in hardship and to be a voice of advocacy on issues affecting them. DUT has therefore organised a series of informative meetings, commencing on August 12 at the Mahoe African-Caribbean Centre, in Dudley, West Midlands.
“We will share our vision, the progress made so far and the part one can play in fulfilling this vision. We will also be giving a free update on immigration law,” said Nyirenda
He said many highly skilled Zimbabweans had not been able to make full use of their abilities and DUT was working on how this gap could be bridged. The evening will also be a social evening to meet members of the DUT committee, chaired by Dr Max Matonhodze. For further info www.dutrust.org Richard Nyirenda Co-ordinator 0776651008, Tembelani Tshuma Secretary 07904019469, Mrs TC Gadaga Legal Affairs Secretary at [email protected] dutrust.org. Max Matonhodze Chairman 07702499040. Email: [email protected].
LONDON - The Dzimbahwe-Umuzi trust (DUT), a non-partisan charity launched in 1999, wants to become more active among the Zimbabwean community in the UK. The group's main aims are to be an advisory forum on a wide range of matters from immigration, education, employment and training to cultural