MDC UK Woking Branch is holding a fundraising dinner dance this Saturday with MDC activist-cum-journalist Grace Kwinjeh, the Mayor of Woking, Mike Harris and the MP for Working, Jonathan Lord.
MDC UK South West District organising secretary David Kadzutu (r) said the £10 ticket would also afford the attendees an opportunity to view "Mugabe What Happened" the latest film by Africa Eye director, Simon Bright.
"You can go anywhere in the UK and you will never find a better bargain than this one,” he said, encouraging Zimbabweans and supporters of Zimbabwe to come for the function which start at 2pm and carry on until 11pm, with the dinner dance.
All events take place at the Woking Community Centre, Sunridge Rd, Old Woking, GU229AT.
Kadzutu said there would also be an eat-as much-as-you-unlike buffet.
Grace Kwinjeh has been an activist with the MDC since its formation, was appointed party representative to Brussels, and was tortured together with President Morgan Tsvangirai and other party leaders and civic activists when the Zanu (PF) police and soldiers were unleashed to suppress a prayer meeting for peace which Zanu (PF) saw as a threat to its power.
Simon Bright's film as received mixed reviews, with those who liked it saying it was the best depiction of Robert Mugabe's metamorphosis from a revolutionary to a tyrant ever produced by anyone on film.
Kadzuti also said his district was going to host the next 21st Movement, Free Zimbabwe Global Protest on Saturday 21 July, which he said all Zimbabweans should attend to send a clear message to President Mugabe and the world that the diaspora cannot be silenced.