Zanu-PF Harare District Coordination Committee elections (DCC) were marred by violence on Saturday, the Zim Morning Post can report.
DCC elections were suspended by the late former Zanu-PF first Secretary Robert Mugabe after Emerson Mnangagwa camp had won most of the Zones.
The polls came on the backdrop of allegations of vote-buying and intimidation levelled against senior party members as they strategically seek to position their followers in the powerful party organ.
On the eve of the DCC elections Zim Morning Post reported that senior members were using their financial muscle to influence the outcome of these elections.
According to sources within the ruling Party a re-run might take place after a report has been tabled to the team which is being led by Zanu-PF Chairperson Oppah Muchinguri
“A re-run will definitely take place but this will only take place after a report has been tabled to cde Oppah (Muchinguri)” said a source
Zanu-PF through its structures invited more than 800 delegates to monitor the Harare Election.