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ZANU PF preoccupied with transforming communities, Ambassador Mutsvangwa

Story by Bruce Chahwanda, Political Editor

ZANU PF says the just-ended 20th National People’s Conference was firmly focused on transforming people’s lives through industrialisation and modernisation of local industries.

Briefing journalists at the close of the conference in Gweru this Saturday, ZANU PF Secretary for Information and Publicity Ambassador Christopher Mutsvangwa said improving people’s lives is high on the ruling party agenda.

“This was a celebratory conference considering the victory registered during the 23 August elections. The conference was firmly focused on deliveries that need to give our people of Zimbabwe an upgrade of livelihoods. We want day-to-day change in the quality of their lives. We want the quality of Zimbabweans’ lives to change,” he said.

Ambassador Mutsvangwa said ZANU PF is committed to the engagement and re-engagement agenda, hence the overwhelming support received during the recent SADC Anti-Sanctions Day.

“During the Anti-Sanctions Day, we received huge support as SADC embassies across the globe called for the uplifting of illegal economic sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe by the US and the European Union. We are committed to the engagement and re-engagement agenda.”

Ambassador Mutsvangwa said Zimbabwe is on course to become the most sought-after destination as the ‘Open for Business’ mantra continues to gain traction.

“Zimbabwe is on course to achieve vision 2030 of being a middle-income society. A number of investors are flooding Zimbabwe in various sectors of the economy that it will be the premier capital destination and credit goes to the ‘Zimbabwe is open for business mantra’,” he said.

Turning to the appointment of Commander Zimbabwe Defence Forces General Philip Valerio Sibanda as a ZANU PF Politburo member, Ambassador Mutsvangwa noted that it gives the party the stability it requires in relation to the security status of the country.

Commentators believe the 20th National People’s Conference, which attracted more than three thousand delegates, has energised ruling party structures ahead of the December 9 by-elections.

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