Zanu-PF Women’s League calls for unity

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - National News - Wal­ter Mswazie Masvingo Cor­re­spon­dent

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

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