Holland takes charge of Harare

HARARE - The Movement for Democratic Change has re-organised its party revitalisation programme by appointing National Executive Committee (NEC) Members to be responsible for each of the 12 provinces in Zimbabwe. Party sources say the programme, which was initiated soon after

the party’s Congress, has been a huge success in the rural areas.
Sources close to the latest developments say the new strategy of placing members in provinces they do not originate from is meant to expose the leadership to other areas they may not be familiar with and to develop a national profile of the MDC leadership.
Professor Mukonoweshuro is now responsible for Mashonaland East and Dr Mufandaedza Hove goes to Manicaland, while Kwekwe medical practitioner Dr Madzorera takes over Midlands South, and Gweru Mayor Sesel Zvidzai takes over midlands North. Media guru, Sipepa Nkomo who is from Tsholotsho has been placed in Matebeland South, while Seiso Moyo of Beitbridge supervises Bulawayo.
Deputy appointments include among others, journalist Grace Kwinjeh who remains in Manicaland with Lawyer Jessie Majome going to Mashonaland Central, while former UZ Chancellor Professor Gordon Chavhunduka is deputy for Harare province.
A real scoop for MDC women is the appointment of media trainer and war veteran, Sekai Holland who takes charge of Harare Province. This is considered the eye of the storm, in the event that the party launches its non-violent peaceful Democratic Resistance Campaign for change.
Sources say Holland has started work to re-energise this once vibrant MDC tronghold. She has already invited key people to chair strategic committees dealing with issues such as business, religion, sports, youth and women.

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