Zanu PF Central Committee's life span extended

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By George Msumba

Zanu-PF has extended the life span of its Central Committee to 2022 to enable party members to direct more energy on development. This was revealed by the party's First Secretary  and President Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa during a Central Committee meeting in Harare on Thursday, President Mnangagwa also said that  there is no room for intra-party squabbles and divisions ahead of next year's harmonised elections.

 Meanwhile the Zanu-PF Extra Ordinary Congress roars into life on Friday at the Robert Mugabe Square in Harare, with over 7 000 delegates from the country’s ten provinces expected to attend. Zanu-PF Secretary for Social Welfare and Transport Cde Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri said travel logistics, accommodation and food have been mobilised by the party and its supporters and well-wishers with some 6 000 kilograms of meat organised for the one day congress. Foreign delegates from the Communist Party of China, the DRC's Peoples Party for Reconstruction, Frelimo, Swapo, the Botswana Democratic Party , the December 12 Movement and the Zambia Patriotic Front are also expected to attend.

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