Zimbabwe Prophecy by Cindy Jacobs

The river is going to flow through Zimbabwe and I see a powerful torrent of water, a mighty rushing torrent, many fish. I see that there are strongholds in the church of division and the accuser of the brethren is active to discourage souls. An army of women with the Deborah anointing will march across […]

Understanding Zimbabwe Reconciliation and Renewal

Introduction Summary Our Nation Zimbabwe is today plagued with challenges and brokenness. The challenge of our generation is therefore how to fix this brokenness and put the nation back onto the path of civilisation and sustainable development. Our starting point can only be an honest acknowledgement that our system is broken; and taking collective responsibility […]

Brief to the Zimbabwean Churches

Preamble Zimbabweans have experienced many challenges for a very long time. Greed, corruption, nepotism, bad stewardship and political violence have become endemic across the nation; mostly caused by very weak or broken public institutions. This has resulted in infrastructure disrepair, poor service delivery, economic decline and the associated poverty, destitution and all manner of hardships […]

The Pathway to Zimbabwe National Renewal

The aspiration, wish and longing for most Zimbabweans is the pursuit of happiness and shared prosperity We all want to live in a country where every life matters; a country where dignity, security and justice is accorded to every citizen; We desire a nation of an organised, united, progressive and productive people; with many opportunities […]

Prayer for Zimbabwe Amicable Way forward and Healing

To: All Christians Across Church Denominations Zimbabwe Brief Profile; Zimbabwe has had chronic challenges of all sorts including endemic corruption, bad stewardship and political violence for a long time resulting in today’s fragile and broken nation It is conventional wisdom that we have been enduring this circle of poverty and political violence since before Independence […]

Zimbabwe Challenges, Anti-Corruption Demos and Way Forward

Whilst some people are more corrupt than others, the majority of Zimbabweans are corrupt. Corruption is a scourge sweeping across all sectors of society. It is therefore difficult to understand the context and substance of anti-corruption demonstrations in present day Zimbabwe. Who wishes to demonstrate against who? Is it a case of low-profile corruption demonstrating […]

Zimbabwe’s Renewal is through National Inclusive Dialogue

In the African context political leadership has mostly been about absolute power and privilege. One major exception to this general narrative is the late Nelson Mandela of South Africa. Most of these leaders do not believe in democratic development and social, cultural and economic development has largely been neglected Pioneering leaders of the Sub-Region were […]

Churches National Dialogue Reformation and Renewal

Both Christians and non-Christians in Zimbabwe occupy the same space. We are all subject to the same prevailing and ongoing socio-economic and political challenges in this country We all have to navigate the potholes on our broken roads. Our motor vehicles suffer disrepair as a result and many of our people have paid the ultimate […]

Promoting National Inclusive Dialogue

Our Country continues to go through a very challenging period. We have been experiencing socio-economic and political challenges for a very long time. The Situation has now become very desperate The people mostly all have their entrenched positions for self-preservation. We however, have failed and continue to fail because we consistently prioritise self-Interest ahead of […]

Protests, Demos and Stayaways

Protests, Demos and Stayaways Do they work in Zimbabwe? General Justification Harsh Economic conditions Chronic unemployment Hyperinflation Poor Service Delivery Harsh Political Conditions Chronic poverty and perpetual retrogression Constitutional and Legal Position Yes, the Constitution in theory provides space for peaceful protests However, peaceful protests are a phenomenon of mature democracies; Countries such as Canada, […]