The Daily Agenda 14 April 2010

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Bulawayo- The infringement of the rights of Zimbabweans continues as two members of Men and Women of Zimbabwe Arise were picked up by police officers outside the large city hall during a public hearing meeting held in the city by the competition and tariffs commission on the Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (ZESA).The National Coordinator of Women of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA), Jenni Williams said that the two men were detained on their way from the toilet during the public hearing while news of their arrest disrupted the proceedings as members of WOZA left the meeting.

Upcoming Events

Bulawayo Agenda invites you to a consultative meeting on Civic Society Organisations position on Constitutional talking points.

Venue: Bulawayo Agenda Democracy Centre

Date and Time: Thursday 15 April 2010; 2pm

Bulawayo Agenda has scheduled for several meetings as follows:

Date Activity Venue

16 April Leadership Forum Lower Gwelo- Esihlahleni

16 April Leadership Forum Bulilima East

18-9 April Leadership Training Lower Gwelo- Maboleni

22 April Leadership Training Program Beitbridge

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