ROHR Reading branch invites you to our Christmas fundraising party on Saturday 28th November 2015 from 7:30pm until 11:00pm. Venue: The Spice Oven Buffet Restaurant, 2 – 4 Church Street, Reading, RG4 8AT. Theme: to restore dignity to the suffering people of Zimbabwe. Tickets: £25 per adult, free entry for children under 5years. For more […]
ROHR National Southern Region Fundraiser. Saturday 14th November 2015 from 6 – 11 pm. Venue: As Asia, 227 High Street, Slough, West Berkshire SL1 1BN. Theme: African / Western ‘Dress To Kill’. Tickets: £25 per adult, free entry for children under 5 years. Hosted by ROHR Slough Branch. Contact: Patricia Masamba (07708 116625) and […]
ROHR Leicester branch meeting. Saturday 31st October 2015 from 1.30 – 5 pm. Venue: Methodist Church 10a Bishop Street, Town Hall Square, Leicester LE1 6AF. For more information please contact: Enniah Dube (Chair) 07403439707, Christopher Kamuzonde (Treasurer) 07449150041 and Moline Nyabonda (Information and Publicity) 079612505525.
On 13th November 2015 the Zimbabwe Vigil together with its sister organization Restoration of Human Rights in Zimbabwe (ROHR) were back at the Willows Medical Centre in Nottingham for another protest against Dr Sylvester Nyatsuro and his wife Veronica. The Nyatsuros who are British citizens and been living in Britain for more than ten years […]CONTINUE READING →
This national fundraiser was an effective curtain closer for what has been arguably ROHR International’s most successful year since its inception in 2007. In an activity filled year of ground breaking international chapter launches, a parliamentary hearing and national training for office holders, the job of successfully hosting the final fundraiser of the organisation fell […]CONTINUE READING →
The launch of the fifth Midlands branch was dominated by massive support from the region with Chairpersons from Birmingham, Leicester, Nottingham and Northampton present. Dignitaries from the National office, the North and Southern regions graced the occasion. The grey and teary autumn weather outside the Jubilee centre was in complete contrast to the sizzling buzz […]CONTINUE READING →