Mashonaland West province invites well-wishers to a fundraising luncheon to be held at Chinhoyi University of Technology Hotel on 23 June 2012.
The programme seeks to raise US $10.000 by the 31st of December 2012 to cover anticipated welfare costs for victims of political violence, mobilisation and recruitment programmes as well as renovations to modernise the Provincial Offices.
The entrance charge for the Fundraising Luncheon is $50.00
Well wishers are advised to contact the provincial executive on 0772939246.
In the murder trial of 29 MDC members today, Spencer Nyararai, a State witness has been accused by the defence counsel of rehearsing and fabricating evidence to falsely implicate the accused.
This statement was made after Nyararai gave several conflicting evidence and claimed that he saw some of the accused people at the scene of crime.
Nyararai had told Justice Chinembiri Bhunu that he had identified Lazarus Maengahama, Yvonne Musarurwa and Rebecca Mafukeni at the scene of crime last year wearing MDC t-shirts but gave conflicting statements on their hairstyles when they were arrested and appeared in court for initial remand.
The witness said the accused were singing and chanting MDC songs and slogans but this is omitted in his police statement.
Nyararai stunned the court that stones used to attack the police officer, Inspector Petros Mutedza where thrown to the front of the bar from residential houses at the back of the bar.
He also said some of the evidence brought to court had been tampered with after a police radio he picked lying beside the deceased police officer had been fiddled with while it was in police custody.
The police officer said when he picked up the police radio it was in two pieces but when it was presented in court today, it was in three pieces.
More shocking in Nyararai's statement is that Victor Magutarima, another police officer who gave evidence last week said he was the one who took the broken radio into his custody after it was handed over to him by a young boy at the shopping centre.
The people's struggle for real change: Let's finish it!!!