Pray that Christianity continues to guide the leadership of Zimbabwe. Mr. Mugabe feared what the violence of Islam could do to the country. I miss my country, after everything I have been through as a result of being discriminated against as a Christian and Spiritual Director I want to go home. No one is stopping this harassment I am facing. I pray things get better in Zimbabwe, so many of us can return.
Today remember all of us from Zimbabwe in Canada who have to face workplace bullying and violence alone because no one will put a stop to it. "How many women, in silence, have persevered alone?" Pope Francis. I know I have taken action to try to put a stop to it but it continues and I get let go from my jobs, because it is done through others who come from Indian and paternalistic societies no one stops it. Instead they let me go. They bring it into the community and continue to hurt me through gossip. I stand against it even if I have to stand alone. #rememberdisplacedzimbabweans#MyActionsMatter
Justice and Peace for our beloved Zimbabwe. Let the marches tomorrow that are scheduled in Zimbabwe, England and South Africa be peaceful. I ask for justice for... the land of my birth. Heal our hearts Lord. Give us your mercy and your sweet grace. Let the policies of decision makers promote fair trade for Africa. Keep us strong Lord, Adonai Our spirits are united in the hope for change, for jobs, for respect for single as well as married people All that made Our Zimbabwe unique.
Canada 150 celebration as a nominee for the Canada 150 award. I will cherish it and proudly display my certificate in my home. I had good examples set for me and chose to continue to give back to my community in Canada and South Africa, through Wits University. I am thankful to my colleagues on the HRPA committee and Wits who gave me references and to MP Michael Levitt for selecting me for one of the 15 finalists.