Zimbabwean President and Zanu (PF) leader, Emmerson Mnangagwa, has spoken-out against indiscipline and corruption, African Daily Voice has learnt.
Mnangagwa underlined this during the ruling party’s 327th Ordinary Session of the Politburo on Thursday when he commended efforts by his party in assisting communities affected by Cyclone Idai.
The cyclone left a trail of death and destruction in Chimanimani and Chipinge.
“The President warned on indiscipline and corruption,” said Zanu-PF Secretary for Information and Publicity, Simon Khaya Moyo, addressing a Press conference on Politburo proceedings.
“His Excellency the President expressed the importance of the party to be ever vibrant and visible in every part of the country. Introspection is the key, hard work and honesty must remain the compass. His Excellency also highlighted the effects of Cyclone Idai and commended the party for its role in assisting in all disaster-affected areas.
“He further called for unity of purpose and emphasised that party programmes must have a national outlook.”
Meanwhile, according to The Herald, Sithembiso Nyoni, who was standing in for the Secretary for Transport and Social Welfare, July Moyo, gave a report to the Politburo on Cyclone Idai.
“Government and the international community have given tremendous assistance to all the affected areas and His Excellency on behalf of the nation has extended his deepest gratitude to all concerned. The aid continues to pour in.”