ZANU PF vows to fight imported inflationary vices

By Wellington Makonese

The 361st politburo meeting saw the ruling party commending the inclusiveness of the 42nd independence celebrations held in Bulawayo, while also vowing to tackle the scourge of inflation head on.

The ruling ZANU PF party convened its 361st politburo ordinary session this Thursday after the Independence Celebrations held for the first time in Bulawayo.

Addressing the media on the outcomes of the session, the Party’s Secretary for Information and Publicity Ambassador Christopher Mutsvangwa gave credit to the opposition for embracing the Second Republic’s policy of inclusivity.

He also said that the ruling party is ready tackle the scourge of imported inflation.

Cde Simbarashe Mumbengegwi has been appointed the Party’s Special Envoy tasked to tour regional countries with liberation history.

Meanwhile, Acting Deputy Secretary of Youth Affairs Cde Tendai Chirau gave an update of preparations for the 7th Youth League Elective Conference.

Cde Alvin Lundi Sinzeka has been elected Matebeleland North Provincial Youth Chairperson and is set to represent the province at the elective conference.

Other issues that were on the agenda include the issue of free national identity documents to encourage more people to register to vote, a move which shows the ruling party’s commitment ensure an equal playing field in electoral processes.