Tajamuka is an action-oriented, radical and contemporary social movement of young people from diverse political, economic, social, religious and ethnic backgrounds that uses unprecedented, innovative and non-violent methods to fight for political, social and economic justice in Zimbabwe. This is a just and legitimate cause of Zimbabweans for Zimbabweans by Zimbabweans all over the world.

The citizens of Zimbabwe are tired of racial, tribal, intimidation and establishment politics which have governed the Country of Zimbabwe for the past thirty years and led the country economic downfall

Tajamuka/Sesjikile sums up the feeling of the overburdened citizenry.

Police Brutality

Such brutality demonstrates how ruthless this regime is and how unprofessional our police force has become. It also confirms that Zimbabwe is breaking its previous records of human rights violations.”


Corruption in Zimbabwe has become endemic within its political, private and civil sectors.[1] Zimbabwe ranks joint 163rd out of 176 countries in the 2012 Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index, ranking it alongside Equatorial Guinea.


From 2011 to 2014, the percentage of Zimbabweans scrambling to make a living in the informal economy shot up to an astonishing 95 percent of the work force from 84 percent, according to the government.


‘Support Mugabe or Die:’ Zimbabwe President’s Party ‘Using Death Threats’ to Make Supporters Attend Rallies