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ZANU PF Women’s League Conference Kicks Off: Chinomona

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By Zvikomborero Machirori


ZANU PF Women’s League says it is ready to hold its national conference slates foe the 23rd to the 26th of June 2022.


The Conference whose focus is on women empowerment as a way of capacitating women to participate in both economic and political issues of the country.

The conference theme this year is “Total Political and Socio-economic Empowerment for all Women by 2030”.



Addressing Journalists at a media briefing earlier today the party’s Secretary for Women Affairs Mable Chinomona said preparations were going on peacefully adding that all provinces are raring to go.



“I am happy to report that preparations are going on peacefully and extremely well and we are good to go now. I am also pleased that everything has come together for a very successful, peaceful and historic conference” said Chinomona.



Chinomona also said they have invited delegates from party districts in the diaspora and they expect to host over 2500 delegates.



Other invited dignitaries include representatives from Sister liberation movements in the region such MPLA in Angola, Chama Cha Mapinduzi from Tanzania, FRELIMO from Mozambique, and South Africa’s ANC.




“The invitation and contact formations of attendance by these sister movements shows our special bond and sisterhood. As women, we are clear that we confront our common struggle for equality and total freedom, economically, socially and politically together” she said.


They also invited various Government Ministries Women’s Organizations including Women from Faith based organizations and Young women for Economic Development and women in various leadership positions in both Government and civic society.



Like the Youth League Conference held last month, the Women’s League Conference is expected to endorsees party’s First Secretary and President Emmerson Mangagwa as the sole candidate and party representative in the 2023 harmonised general elections.



Various political parties have already started their campaigns to drum up support for the 2023 plebiscite.




Already the country has started recording incidents of violence some of which have caused the death of people, and destruction of property.


Robert Tapfumaneyi