Zanu-PF Women’s League calls for unity
THE Zanu-PF Women’s League has urged members to unite for their advancement in the party and country.
Speaking on the sidelines of a Zanu-PF Women’s League induction workshop for provincial executives at Roger Holman Hall in Mucheke suburb, Masvingo on Tuesday, Deputy National Secretary for Women’s League Cde Nomthandazo Eunice Moyo called on women in Masvingo to shun factionalism and underscored the significance of fostering unity among members.
Cde Moyo said women in the party are still advocating for equal representation and this can only be achieved when they are united.
She thanked the National Secretary of Women’s Affairs, the First Lady Cde Grace Mugabe for supporting the induction of members.
“The 50/50 representation is achievable. President Mugabe has always been supporting us but we are letting ourselves down because of factionalism,” she said.
The workshop led by a 10-member national management committee was meant to take provincial members through issues on empowerment of women through ZimAsset, unity among members, conflict resolution, among other pertinent areas.
It was attended by, among others, the league’s secretary for information and publicity Cde Thokozile Mathuthu, secretary for legal affairs and women’s rights Cde Tambudzani Mohadi, secretary for administration Cde Letina Undenge, secretary for finance Cde Sarah Mahoka, Masvingo Minister of State for Provincial Affairs Shuvai Mahofa, who is also secretary for security. — @walterbmswazie2