Felex Share Senior Reporter
Zanu-PF holds its 105th Central Committee meeting in Harare today, amid indications that the resolution by Mashonaland Central Province to expel national political commissar Cde Saviour Kasukuwere and acting chairperson Cde Dickson Mafios was officially communicated to the party. The Central Committee is Zanu-PF’s highest decision making body in between congresses.
Zanu-PF secretary for administration, Cde Ignatius Chombo, yesterday confirmed the meeting saying pertinent issues affecting the party and people’s livelihoods would be discussed.
“It’s on tomorrow (today) and we have done our preparations,” he said. “Our members, who are coming from various provinces, will come today (yesterday) and sleep over in the capital.
“Among other things, we will discuss critical issues affecting the party and the state of agriculture in the country.” Mashonaland Central provincial secretary for administration Cde George Makunde submitted the report against Cdes Kasukuwere and Mafios to Cde Chombo yesterday.
Cde Makunde confirmed: “I have submitted the report to the secretary for administration (Cde Chombo) today (yesterday) and we wait to see the next move.”
Mashonaland Central province wants Cdes Kasukuwere and Mafios sacked on allegations of planning to topple President Mugabe through capturing party structures. The pair also stands accused of corruption and fanning factionalism.
The decision to expel the two half brothers has been endorsed by the Mashonaland Central provincial executive council and the provincial coordinating committee.