The Daily Agenda

bulawayo_agendaBulawayo- Dumisani Nkomo, the CEO of Habakkuk Trust, has urged the people of Matabeleland not to take revenge on the perpetrators of the Gukurahundi atrocities and the marginalisation of the region.

He advised that moderate ways have to be used so that the people can take themselves out of the situation that they find themselves in. this call comes a day before Bulawayo residents gather tomorrow at the City Centre Baptist Church to commemorate the Gukurahundi atrocities. Ibhetshu likazulu, the organizers of the commemorations said that this is neither the first nor the last to happen in Bulawayo. Mbuso Fuzwayo, the secretary of Ibhetshu likazulu said everyone is invited to these commemorations which start at 1300hrs tomorrow.

Gwanda– Residents of the small mining town have called upon the Ministry of Health to interfere in the treatment of patients by nurses at the Gwanda Provincial Hospital. Residents allege that nurses call them all sorts of names and they are harassed every time they go to seek treatment. Residents allege that one of the Matrons (name with held) at the hospital is aware of this harassment of patients and has not done anything to whip the nurses into line. It is also claimed that residents now prefer to be treated at the Phakama Poly Clinic than at the hospital as the latter has more friendly nurses though no expertise.

Todays Events

Date Event Venue

21/01/2011 Focus Group Conversation Mzingwane

21/01/2011 Leadership Forum Nkayi Centre, Nkayi North

Upcoming Events

22/01/2011 Public Meeting Mabayi, Nkayi South

22/01/2011 Democracy and Civic Education Zenka, Nkayi South

22/01/2011 Public Meeting Mkoba Community Hall, Gweru

23/01/2010 Focus Group Conversation Matopo North and South

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