Zanu PF Harare Province has embarked on voter registration campaign amid indications that the province will have 700 registration centres when the programme goes into full swing next month.
The revolutionary party’s election machinery is already on the ground urging supporters to register under the biometric voter registration (BVR) process which will be in full swing next month across the country.
Briefing Harare provincial leadership from all the 256 districts on the BVR process, Zanu PF director commissariat Cde Kizito Kuchekwa said Harare will have 700 registration centres and urged party supporters to register ahead of the 2018 harmonised elections.
Zanu PF Harare provincial chairman Cde Charles Tavengwa said there is need for discipline within the party structures reiterating that the revolutionary party is a peace loving political organisation.
BVR is meant to create a new voters’ roll capturing details of individuals which were missing in the previous one and 3 000 kits have been sourced to ensure the process is complete before the 2018 harmonised elections.