ZAS wins the Lord-Lieutenant’s Diamond Jubilee Award

The Zimbabwe Action in Solidarity (ZAS) Leicester Drop-In Centre (a.k.a. Zimbabwe Association Leicester) was one of 60 community groups that received the Lord-Lieutenant’s Diamond Jubilee Award

Patson Muzuwa – chairperson of the Zimbabwe Action in Solidarity – talks about what the award ZAS received from Lady Gretton, Lord-Lietenant for Leicester and Leicestershire, means to ZAS:


[Photos] HM Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Celebrations – Narborough Park, Leicester – June 4, 2012

The Zimbabwe Association Choir was one of the groups that was invited to perform at the Diamond Jubilee celebrations that were held at Narborough Park in Leicester on June 4, 2012:

For more photos from the event, visit the ZAS Leicester Google+ page.


[Photos] ZAS Leicester Drop-In Centre – May 18, 2012 session

A selection of photos from the ZAS Leicester Drop-in session that was held at the Bishop Street Methodist Church on May 18, 2012:


[Photos] ZAS Leicester Drop-in session – April 20, 2012

A selection of photos from the ZAS Leicester Drop-in session of April 20, 2012:


[Video] The Challenges Refugees Face

Margaret Ling, one of the trustees of the Zimbabwe Association, talks about the ways in which the charity supports refugees, asylum seekers and the host community. She also talks about the challenges the charity and it members face and how they are dealing with those problems. She was speaking at a Zimbabwe Action in Solidarity (ZAS) Leicester Drop-in Centre meeting that was held at the Secular Hall in Leicester on April 20, 2012:


Review – ZAS Leicester Drop-in Centre – April 20, 2012

Zenzani Moyo reviews the Zimbabwe Action in Solidarity (ZAS) Leicester Drop-in Centre session that was held at the Secular Hall in Leicester on April 20, 2012:


[Music] Zimbabwe Association Choir session – April 20, 2012

Members of the Zimbabwe Action in Solidarity (ZAS) Leicester Drop-in Centre (aka the Zimbabwe Association Choir practicing “Thank You Jesus”, “Tomudana”, “Shosholoza” and “Famba Zakeyo”: