Grace Mugabe meets Zanu PF women’s league’s top 10

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First Lady Grace Mugabe met with Zanu-PF women’s league’s top 10 at the first family’s Mazowe farm where they allegedly  discussed petitions against Zanu PF political commissar, Saviour Kasukuwere, and women’s league’s interim secretary for administration, Letina Undenge.

Women’s league spokesperson Thokozile Mathuthu confirmed the meeting when asked by NewsDay, but did not discuss the agenda. Said Mathuthu:

It is true, we met. It was a routine meeting because our constitution mandates us to meet every month. We discussed a lot of things and I am not at liberty to tell you. The issues we discussed are for members of the league and Zanu PF, not the media. We report to the national executive and not the media.

She also denied that they spoke about Kasukuwere and said that as the women’s league they did not have a position regarding the allegations against him.

More: NewsDay

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Grace Ntombizodwa Mugabe (nee Marufu) is a Zimbabwean politician, wife to former President Robert Mugabe and former member of the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front (Zanu-PF) political party. She was the Secretary of the Zanu-PF Women's League after her nomination and subsequent election in 2014.... Read More About Grace Mugabe

Thokozile Angela Mathuthu is a Zimbabwean politician, member of the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front.She is the former Minister of State in Matabeleland North.Mathuthu had been appointed in the October 2017 cabinet reshuffle. She is also the member of Senate for Matabelelend North and former... Read More About Thokozile Mathuthu

Zimbabwe African National Union - Patriotic Front (ZANU PF) is a liberation war movement/party that has been ruling Zimbabwe since the country attained its independence in 1980. The party's main agenda was to liberate the country from the bondage of settler regime led by Ian... Read More About Zanu-PF


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