Youth For innovation Trust (YIT) in partnership with Bulawayo Progressive Residents Association (BPRA) will on the 27th of September at 1400 hrs screen a VUZU party documentary produced by Bulawayo Progressive Residents Association.
VUZU Parties have been the talk of the town over the past few months across the city of Bulawayo. The behaviour of teenager have left many shocked and some have accredited such rowdy behaviour to philosophical poverty and lack of proper guidance from parents and guardians.Earlier this year the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) arrested 131 rowdy youths in Bulawayo in an operation that saw police confiscating alcohol, drugs and sex boosting pills from teengaers who were organising a VUZU party.
Vuzu Parties are rowdy parties organised by teenagers across the city of Bulawayo indulge in unprotected sex and embark on drinking sprees , these teenagers are between the ages of 14 to 25 years old. Many people have come out blaming the society which has lost its moral fabric and lack of nuclear families to guide and protect children as many parents have left the country to seek greener pastures leaving child headed families.
The major concern from residents of Bulawayo was how the girl child is being abused in these VUZU parties and the spread of HIV and Aids as well as Sexually Transmitted Infections as teenagers engage in sex competitions.