Development trajectory on course: President

Zanu PF First Secretary and President, Comrade Emmerson Mnangagwa says the country’s developmental agenda is on course in all facets of the economy.

He was addressing the 356th Ordinary Session of the Politburo at the party’s headquarters in Harare.

“It is however, important that we effectively communicate, to our members and the electorate in general, the successes we continue to achieve.

“The successful holding of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair and Zimbabwe demonstrate the growing, production and consumption of the ‘Made in Zimbabwe’ products and brands,” said the President.

He said the Politburo session coincided with the scaling up of preparations for the Anti-Sanctions Day to be held on 25 October 2021.

“Our party and Government will be joined by other SADC member states as we amplify our unequivocal calls for the unconditional removal of the illegal sanctions imposed on our beloved country.”

The President reminded delegates of the need to continue championing the development agenda through modernising, industrialising and growing the economy.

“The defining development mantra of ‘leaving no one and no place behind’ as well as the principles of equity and equality in the socio-economic growth and prosperity must continue to be the cardinal guiding principles as we prepare for the 2023 Harmonised Elections,” he added.

“Furthermore, the forthcoming 19th National People’s Conference must allow us to demonstrate the extent to which we have achieved that which we envisioned in the previous Congress and Conference resolutions as well as the 2018 People’s Manifesto.”

President Mnangagwa urged the nation to ensure all agricultural land is prepared as the rain season approaches, adding all stakeholders in the distribution of inputs are called upon to ensure the strict adherence to laid out guidelines and modalities.

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