ZIMBABWE Heads of Christian Denominations have expressed concern at the continued existence of violence and conflict in all aspects of life in the country.
In their latest pastoral letter to share their thoughts and reflections based on a mapping exercise held last month, the religious leaders said violence continues to show itself in many facets.
“Violence (physical, emotional and structural) and conflict have existed and are still in existence not just between the State and its people, but between people themselves,” the pastoral letter reads.
In a veiled attack on the government, the religious leaders deplored the conduct of the police and lack of preparedness for natural disasters.
They said conflicts that were identified were around minority domination of politics and the economy.