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 Due to the recent terrorist attack in Paris, France that took the lives of innocent people, JCI Zimbabwe joins the members and citizen of France for a call for action and peace.  

On Wednesday, January 7, two hooded, black-clad gunmen entered a French satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo, killing four cartoonists and eight others. As of now, French officials view the attack as an act of terrorism and the assailants are still on the loose. In addition to the 12 people killed, 11 were wounded, including four that remain in serious condition. 

 

French President Francois Hollande calls for swift action to find the actors of the terrorist attack, bring them before judges and condemn them as soon as possible. French officials have heightened security across Paris, including other media outlets, transportation and public stores. The Charlie Hebdo office where the shooting took place is in Paris’ 11th District near Place de la Bastille. 

 

The world is gripped with shock over this senseless killing of the 12 people and injury of 11 others. On behalf of JCI Zimbabwe, we extend our condolences to the people of France and join voices with French authorities to strongly condemn such acts of terrorism and violence in all of its forms. We double our efforts in promoting peace in and out of Zimbabwe. Global peace is a responsibility of each and every one of us and any acts of such violence should be condemned.

 

Our thoughts are with the families and friends of the victims and also with the people of France at this difficult time. We hope that calm returns quickly and the perpetrators are eventually brought to justice.

 

JCI Zimbabwe stands to support the JCI France members as they take action for sustainable, peaceful solutions.

 

 

Yours Truly

 

Mathew Mutavayi

2015 JCI Zimbabwe National President

 

Bulawayo

19 January 2015

 


Citizens of the republic of Zambia will on Tuesday 20 January 2015 take to the polls to elect the 6th Republic President following the death of incumbent President Michael Sata, may his soul rest in peace.

As an organization whose founder dreamed of the establishment of permanent and everlasting peace, we are reminded by such acts about how relevant our organization continues to be today. We must double our efforts in sharing JCI’s values in during these elections.

JCI Zimbabwe wishes the JCI members in Zambia and the citizens of the republic of Zambia peace and prosperity before , during and after the elections.

“Peaceful national equals a prosperous nation”   2015 JCI Zimbabwe National President Mathew Blessing Mutavayi

 

JCI Zimbabwe has the opportunity to announce its active citizens that will take lead in stepping up the game in Zimbabwe. The team that is made up of vibrant young men and women rally behind the theme "Feel the Impact #StepUp" as they call each and every to Commit, Connect and Care in the 100 year of the JCI Movement

JCI Zimbabwe joins the nations in mourning the victims of Nyamapande highway bus disaster

On Sunday 18 January 2015, a two bus crash along the Harare -Nyamapanda highway has claimed at least 23 lives. 21 people died on the spot while several others were injured in an accident, involving two buses, near the Harare-Mutoko tollgate.

The buses sideswiped each other in opposite directions leading to gross damage. It is believed that the accident involved Unifreight and ZUPCO buses, with one going to Mutoko while the other was headed for Harare.

JCI Zimbabwe joins the family of the victims during these hard times. Our deepest condolences and may the peace that comes from loved ones comfort us now and in the days ahead.

 

Yours Truly

 

 

Mathew Mutavayi

2015 JCI Zimbabwe National President

 

Bulawayo

18 January 2015