Richard Muponde, Gwanda Correspondent
THE venue for the Zanu-PF National People’s Conference in Matabeleland South has not yet been decided as three venues have been proposed.
Phelandaba Stadium in Gwanda, which hosted the Matabeleland South Presidential Youth Interface rally a month ago was the front runner until recently when two other possible venues, the Central Mechanical Equipment Department (CMED) grounds and the Matabeleland South Agricultural Show Society grounds were proposed.
The party leadership is yet to settle on one of the venues for the party’s annual indaba.
Zanu-PF provincial secretary for Information and Publicity Cde Jonathan Vakatsha Langa yesterday said the venue might be confirmed at the next provincial coordinating committee meeting (PCC). “There are three places which have been proposed as possible venues of the Zanu-PF National People’s Conference in December. We are still taking recommendations for the final venue. At the moment it has not been decided and the matter will be discussed at our next provincial coordinating committee meeting (PCC),” said Cde Langa.
On Monday the party’s secretary for administration, Cde Ignatius Chombo also revealed that the venue has not been decided.
“The National Peoples’ conference is happening here. We have been here twice touring Phelandaba Stadium. However we have been advised that there is going to be another place which we should look at, CMED grounds. We are going to look and see whether it is suitable to host the conference,” said Cde Chombo.