MDC-T Activists at Oxford having a laugh about Zanu (PF) paranoia which led them to publish that MDC-T Secretary General, Douglas Mwonzora, and his delegation had been "summoned" to the UK by the British government, when in fact they had been invited to the UK for a fundraising activity hosted by Oxford Branch.
Above: (seated) Rachel Lupafiya of Luton South Beds Branch, Thabitha Khumalo, the party deputy spokesman, Douglas Mwonzora, and Theresa Makone, the Treasurer General with activists and members of the Oxford community who attended the fundraising dinner which has been hailed as a great success. More Pics
President Morgan Tsvangirai welcomed former Zanu (PF) Mashonaland West chairman, Temba Mliswa (l), and the former War Veterans enforcer, Jabulani Sibanda, among other political, religious and traditional leaders who have taken a stance against Zanu (PF)'s use of violence to silence dissent. Others who joined the prayer for the safe return of Itai Dzamara, who has been missing for four months, were Dr Simba Makoni of Mavambo Party, Zapu Vice President, Ms Emilia Mukaratirwa, Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions Leaders and a spokesman for the Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition, all symbolising what President Tsvangirai called national convergence against the repressive state.