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Membership and participation in ZDNBI work is open to all Zimbabweans in the diaspora. To get involved, please complete the membership form and submit it with your payment and your e-membership card will be sent to you. 

 

About Membership

  1. a) Membership in ZDNBI is open to individuals or groups of Zimbabwean descent and other Zimbabweans that share the mission, vision and objectives of ZDNBI
  1. b) Membership will comprise duly enrolled regular members.

 

Definition of Membership

a) Regular Membership:

  1. Regular membership is limited to individuals of Zimbabwean descent and the non-Zimbabwean spouses and dependents of Zimbabwean immigrants.
  2. Regular Members may vote, participate in all general membership activities and join committees.
  1. Regular Members may hold any position on the Board including the Executive Committee.

Membership Obligations

  1. a) Every Member is expected to pay annual dues and levies to remain in good standing.
  2. b) Members should actively participate in ZDNBI events.

Dues

  1. a) Membership dues will be set by the Board and are approved by the association at an annual general meeting of ZDNBI.
  1. b) All Regular members must complete a membership application form and pay the prescribed membership fee of US$20 per year.
  1. c) In special cases membership dues for a Regular member may be waived by the Board of Directors. An application for fee waiver must be made to the Board for consideration.

 

Registration form

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“There is immense power when a group of people with similar interests gets together to work toward the same goals.”

― Idowu Koyenikan

“There is immense power when a group of people with similar interests gets together to work toward the same goals.”

― Idowu Koyenikan