New suspicious political parties enters presidential race
HARARE - Yet another political party has been formed in Zimbabwe ahead of forthcoming elections. Progressive and Innovative Movement of Zimbabwe (PIMZ), launched by a former Zesa employee, became the 29th party to enter the presidential race. A Marondera-based engineer, Mr Munyanduri has said his party’s election message centres on job creation, accommodation and a vibrant health sector.
The party will also get a hotline which will link the public to “their president and the president’s office”, he added. Tendai Munyanduri, the PIMZ president, said the party intended to contest the 2013 elections and was registered with the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission.Munyanduri said his party promises to put food on the table by restoring the economy.“Industrialising Zimbabwe and eradication of corruption in government and parastatals will ensure a prosperous economy and better services to citizens,” Munyanduri said. “Legalising non-criminal illegal markets will mean more people with adequate income.... Read the full, comprehensive news article and discuss at The Zimbabwe Mail