Zanu-PF  okays nationwide restructuring exercise  

By Staff Writer

THE ruling Zanu-PF party has okayed a nationwide restructuring exercise which is aimed at recalibrating the party in the post elections era.

An internal memorandum from national political commissar Mike Bimha dated April 16, 2024, and addressed to provincial chairpersons and commissars, spells out the roadmap to the eventual voting for the party’s primary organs across the country.

“Provinces are now instructed to commence restructuring of party cells and villages beginning with the convening of PCC (provincial coordinating committee) meetings during the weekend of May 4 and 5, 2024.

“The Commissariat Department shall deploy Politburo members to address these PCC meetings on how the restructuring programme shall be conducted,” said Bimha.

Following the scheduled PCC meetings, provinces are expected to call for inter-district indabas at all district coordinating committee (DCC) centres on May 11 and 12, 2024.

Nationwide inter-branch meetings will then be held the next weekend while the actual restructuring should effectively be done on May 20.

“The inter-branch meetings are very important in this whole programme since it is the branch executive committees that are finally going to physically carry out the actual restructuring of the cells and villages under their jurisdiction with supervision from the district, DCC and provincial leadership,” the commissar further stated.

Bimha reiterated that the polls shall be by way of secret ballot.

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