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ZANU-PF has resolved bickering in its Midlands provincial executive by adhering to a recent Politburo directive to incorporate members erroneously excluded from the basket system used to elect executives. The decision was accepted at a meeting at the party’s convention centre in Gweru on Sunday. The Politburo said four members who had been wrongly included in the executive should be dropped and these are Cde Justin Mazambani, Cde Ernest Chipinda, Cde Plaxedes Maramwidze and Cde Majawa and in would come Cdes Tafanana Zhou, Chiratidzo Mabuwa, Freddy Moyo and Madonna Nyoni.

In an interview after the meeting, zanu-pf secretary for legal affairs Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa said, “I am happy that we have finally resolved the outstanding issues in the province that saw the province going for close to three months without an incumbent executive. This was caused by the issues that cropped in when the first executive was elected last year.

“I am pleased that (zanu-pf political commissar) Cde (Webster) Shamu put forward the resolutions of the Politburo which were received by party members in a harmonious manner. This is an indication that we will definitely make progress. “I have no doubt that as a province we are now going to move together and execute party programmes such as the Zimbabwe Agenda for Sustainable Socio-Economic Transformation.”

Source : The Herald

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