SEAC chairperson pays courtesy call on Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister, Retired Lieutenant-General Moyo

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By Tobias Mudzingwa

The Southern African Development Community Electoral Advisory Council (SEAC) which is in the country on a weeklong visit, says it has come to assess Zimbabwe's preparedness for the elections to be held later this year.

Speaking after paying a courtesy call on Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister, Retired Lieutenant-General Sibusiso Moyo at his Munhumutapa offices, SEAC chairperson Advocate Leshele Thohlane said they will be meeting all stakeholders on elections, after which they will report their findings to the SADC executive secretary.

Minister Moyo welcomed the delegation, saying Zimbabwe will benefit from the technical advice and support from the SADC electoral advisory council.

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