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  “Imminent divorces, discordant couples, neighbourhood squabbles, extended family feuds, polygamy wrangles, clergy bickering, property rows…..the list goes on. The disputes may be wide and varied, for the most part complicated and controversial, others, too personal and confidential. Nonetheless, all are potential time bombs. If unresolved, they can lead to unfortunate consequences of violence, damage

“Imminent divorces, discordant couples, neighbourhood squabbles, extended family feuds, polygamy wrangles, clergy bickering, property rows…..the list goes on. The disputes may be wide and varied, for the most part complicated and controversial, others, too personal and confidential. Nonetheless, all are potential time bombs. If unresolved, they can lead to unfortunate consequences of violence, damage to

Inter- Party Youth Forum

“Let’s Show the World that we can Co-exist”: Political Parties CCMT hosted an inter-political party youth peace dialogue at Silveira House on Friday the 11t h of May 2018. National Youth Executive Members of five political parties namely ZANU P F, MDCT, MDC, ZAPU, NCA and PDP were in attendance. The five youth wings pledged

Taming the beast in Us

Language And Peace Building In Zimbabwe

Part of my conflict transformation work involves facilitating discussions around Non-Violent Communication. Increasingly, I have noted that human beings have serious challenges in putting across their views in a constructive way. Right now, I am struggling to find out if our failure to be human in our behaviour and communication is a result of our

Community Healing Manual Launched

As a member of the Peace Building Network of Zimbabwe, CCMT participated in a project facilitated by the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation (IJR) to write and compile an eight module publication entitled Community Healing: A training manual for Zimbabwe. Twelve organisations took part in three writing workshops, held in Harare over a period of

CCMT facilitating discussion with community representatives from Vungu, Tongogara, and Runde districts on the regulation of transfer of rural day schools from councils to churches

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