Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation Minister Kirsty Coventry said President Mnangagwa is expected to interface with Zimbabwean youths at the inaugural two-day National Youth Indaba at the Harare International Conference Centre on Thursday.
Coventry said the gathering was not a political event. Said Coventry:
Preparations are underway for the National Youth Indaba that will take place on March 14 and 15 where we are giving our youths a platform to interact, say out their concerns in life, challenges which they are facing and possible solutions. Our Head of State President Mnangagwa will be there to listen to the youth’s concerns and share with them the challenges and solution he may have. I think next week will be an interesting one for the youths, we are expecting quite a number of them at this forum. We don’t want the platform to be only of complaints, and we are urging them to also bring solutions, which is why we are bringing them together. We will dispatch buses to all the 10 provinces.
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Kirsty Leigh Coventry is a Zimbabwean swimmer and the Minister of Youth, Sports, and Recreation. Kirsty won several medals in recent Olympics over the years. She made history at the Sydney Olympic games by winning several medals and becoming the most successful Zimbabwean athlete at... Read More About Kirsty Coventry