Zanu PF to deal with rogue party members

By Wellington Makonese
THE 118th Zanu PF Central Committee meeting held in Harare this Friday saw party members being warned against abusing their privileges and putting the name of the party into disrepute, with economic saboteurs also being warned.
Briefing the media on the outcomes of the 118th Session of the Zanu PF Central Committee meeting, National Political Commissar Cde Mike Bimha revealed that party members endorsed tough measures against economic saboteurs.

A stern warning was delivered to party members over abusing privileges with name dropping being identified as a huge punishable offence.

“The President also spoke strongly on people who are going around name dropping and deliberated that they will be dealt with accordingly, tough measures will be taken against the people who are using the name of the party and it’s leadership,” said Cde Bimha.
The ruling party’s victory in the Epworth by-election has not gone unnoticed and President Emmerson Mnangagwa is set to grace the celebrations this Saturday.

On the economic front, the Central committee endorsed the report from the Ministry of Lands Agriculture, Fisheries, Water and Rural Development, among other deliverables.

The party poured cold water on activists and opposition antics in relation to the voter registration exercise which has since been upscaled.
The youth and women’s leagues reports on the impending elective conferences were endorsed, while the Party’s performance in the March 26 by-elections was commended.