MAZOWE DISTRICT Coordinating Committee (DCC) has on Thursday resolved to bury differences between members and unite ahead of the 2023 general elections, Zim Morning Post can report.
THE DCC met at Mazowe hotel on Thursday and touched on developmental issues including unity and rehabilitation of roads destroyed by the rains.
The meeting was attended by Central Committee and Politburo members, ex-officio members from Mashonaland Central and top party officials.
In a statement released by the secretary for information Kushinga Dutiro on Friday, DCC unanimously resolved that party must desist from attacking each other on social media but and ordered to use internal party platforms to settle disputes.
“Members must not use social media to attack expose and character assassinate fellow comrades but utilise internal party platforms to settle disputes,” read part of the statement.
It was further resolved that DCC must work closely with the District Development Coordinator and the Rural District Council to ensure speedy rehabilitation of roads and other infrastructure which have been badly damaged rains.
The accountability of land was also discussed on the RDC was ordered to enlist the services of external land auditors to document accountability and transparency in land distribution.
“Mazowe Rural District Council must expedite acquisition of identified land adjacent to Glendale for High Density housing.
Mazowe Rural District Council to procure forthwith the services of external auditors to come and audit the disposal of land by council, in both rural and urban areas, since August 2018.
DCC must proceed immediately to hold Ward Meetings guided by the subsisting COVID-19 regulations and engage with the masses as part of its mobilisation endeavors,” further reads the statement.
The province was dogged by divisions and violent clashes ahead of the DCC elections last year, and the latest meeting marked a way forward as the ruling party has started mobilisation ahead of the 2023 general election.