Zanu (PF) intensifies annual conference preparation

Harare - As Zimbabweans face unprecedented economic challenges, the absence of a cabinet, lack of drugs in most medical institutions, high inflation and acute food shortages, the Zanu (PF) Mashonaland Central Province has been accused of coercing businesses to contribute towards its annual conference scheduled for December.

A2 farmers from the Mazowe district have been forced to donate 53 cattle, 23 goats, 120 chickens, more than eight tonnes of wheat, two tonnes of beans, two pigs and a truckload of cabbages and fuel at a recent fundraising function.

The province aims to secure 100 cattle to be slaughtered for the 4000 guests expected to attend the conference, as well as maize, rice, potatoes and sugar.

Zimbabwe Farmer’s Union Vice President, Edward Raradza and Chen

Chimutengwende are reported to have donated six head of cattle each. The fundraising team is being led by former Deputy Minister of Youth, Employment creation and development.

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