Zimbabwe like any other country has people from diverse background but share the pain of mismanagement of the country, resulting in numerous social problems. President Mugabe is now too old to restore the country and too weak to stop those who are worsening the down fall of the one- time bread-basket of the continent . This weakness has resulted in a situation where everyone sees an opportunity to become the next head of state.

Tens if not hundreds of parties or groups are being formed each day Some parties are purely online, others are direct on the ground and a considerable number comes in the form of a churches with a political agenda. While it is good to have more people acknowledging that the current government has failed it’s people, the  DIY approach in this fragmentation format may without doubt result in ZANU PF still remaining as the biggest party without even trying to rig results, a scenario we all do not wish to see. Dislodging zanu pf may not be as easy as it sound because of their deep-rooted investment in support structures designed to keep them in power. Many of the potential presidents at our disposal today may not even enter th kitchen because the heat is just too much and those who broke-away from major opposition to start their own now stand alone with support not even enough for one seat. So what is the solution. One of the fellow Zimbabweans termed it “Lubricating the machinery” i.e. supporting the biggest opposition party while registering the reform you require. The reforms in question relate to party and government level so that we are not consumed by excitement as was the case in 1980. The Regeneration professionals and many others outside have gained so much experience to enable a rapid turn-around of our country once a stable government is in place.

Stabilizing the ship by creating our own inner waves


With the economy at the lowest level and the ruling party bus wheels seemingly coming off, Zimbabwe now needs level headedness in stabilizing the sinking ship. While some may argue that the solution is in politics, we in Regenerate Zimbabwe thinks that solution can be found elsewhere other than in political houses.

As an organization formed by people from professional background, politics is not a priority because of time. We have identified men and women of iconic and legendary stature to come and help bring sanity using skills and knowledge based on a combination of proven models in first world countries. Chimurenga war, land grab corruption and maladministration, racism and tribalism should now belong to our past history as something never to be repeated. Sometimes we need to be against opinion of the masses and develop something to benefit generations to come. The question is what value is an individual or party brings to the nation?

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Volunteering for a better Zimbabwe

The biggest threat to national growth is national politicization. It may be argued that national productivity particularly in the rural areas continue going down yearly since 1980 because of what was termed mass mobilization for political rallies during working hours.

Regenerate Zimbabwe has formed a number of professional groups to work out ways to repair, restore and regenerate most key areas of our lives. This exercise is being conducted on voluntary basis and in the interest of the nation. The proven result on each enquiry is what is going to form part of the national policies. Key to the study is how we can lift ourselves to a level where we can start attracting investors.

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Among designs on the table is that of a comprehensive schools in rural areas. The schools under Regenerate Zimbabwe shall be the hub of community activities including literacy, sports and recreation, health and IT. Children will no longer be travelling long distances or moving areas in search for schools and villagers themselves will be able to access basic needs at the hub. Regenerate Zimbabwe designs are with one class in mind and that is first class i.e. health, education, transport and all other services.