uple who dropped by said they had recently visited the Victoria Falls and said how eerie it was to stay in an empty hotel. The mother of one of our supporters, just over from Bulawayo, broke down when she described how things were there.
When not singing and dancing people at the Vigil were busy signing a letter to the Portuguese Ambassador in London over the possibility that Mugabe might be invited to an EU/AU summit in Lisbon in December. There was strong criticism of the South Africans for threatening a boycott if Mugabe was not invited.
For this week’s Vigil pictures: http://www.flickr.com/photos/zimbabwevigil/
FOR THE RECORD: 95 signed the register.
FOR YOUR DIARY: Monday, 23rd July 2007, 7.30 pm. Central London Zimbabwe Forum.
It was a pretty massive Vigil. Well over 100 people attended. We report every week on how many people sign the register. But there are many who don't. We were pleased to be visited by a couple from Brisbane in Australia who want to set up a Zimbabwe Vigil in Australia. Another co