ZANU PF 19th National People’s Conference a resounding success

by | Oct 30, 2021 | Local News, Politics | 0 comments


Nevanji Munyaradzi Chiondegwa

The curtain came down yesterday on the ZANU PF 19th Annual People’s Conference held under the theme Growing and Modernising the Economy Towards Vision2030 today.

The Conference, the first of its kind in a number of ways kicked off with the Politiburo Session, the Secretariat of the Central Committee sitting in Harare at the Party Headquarters followed by the meeting of the 116th Session of the Central Committee to among other things, endorse the theme, and the resolutions made and present the Central Committee report.

President Mnangagwa addressed the Politiburo and the Central Committee where the message always revolved around working for the people and making Zimbabwe work and to grow the economy for the benefit of the people.

On Friday, the Conference Venue in the 18/18 Province as Mashonaland Central Chairperson Cde Kazembe Kazembe called it was a hive of activity. The conference which is being virtually screened to other provincial centres is being held under strict adherence to Covid-19 Protocol, thus limiting the number of guests at the venue to a bare minimum.

The virtual roll call of all provinces showed that all provinces were online, linked and in attendance. This was another feather in the cap for the ZANU PF Conference organising team. Its adoption of ICT to support its activities proved that it walks the talk of leadership who are in support of a digital economy towards Vision2030. The successful hosting of this year’s conference virtually, may become a necessary template for the future given the New Normal.

The highlight though of the whole conference was the line; “The land has been reunited with its owners, there will be no going back on the land reform” by the President and First Secretary of ZANU PF in his address to the People’s Conference.

Indeed, even as we move into the digital era and modernisation, land remains key to economic production and growth .