Ambassador Moyo was delivering his opening speech at the partyâ€™s National Annual Peopleâ€™s Conference Workshop on Protocol at Belvedere Teachersâ€™ College in Harare.
“The partyâ€™s history saw Zanu PF move from the bush into office hence the need to fight negative perceptions that associate veterans of the revolution with poor administration. So all party members should show high levels of professionalism in the execution of their duties,” said Ambassador Moyo.
Cde Munyaradzi Machacha, who is the Zanu PF Commissariat Publications Director, said the protocol workshop is expected to equip the delegates on how to administer the partyâ€™s Annual Peopleâ€™s Conference set for December in Bulawayo.
The workshop is being attended by party leadership from the countryâ€™s 10 provinces and the National Commissariat Secretary, Cde Webster Shamu.
Meanwhile, the Zanu PF Womenâ€™s League has vowed to ensure that the gains of the liberation struggle, as espoused by people during the constitutional data gathering, will be preserved in the upcoming referendum and general elections by mobilsing massive support through all structures of the society.
Speaking on the sidelines of a Zanu PF Harare Provincial Womenâ€™s League Conference at the partyâ€™s headquarters in the capital, Zanu PF Womenâ€™s League National Secretary for Security, Cde Nyasha Chikwinya said women form the vanguard of the party, hence they have started a national awareness campaign to educate them to safeguard the nation against imperialistic forces.
Also acknowledging the role of women as a backbone of the struggle, Harare Provincial Womenâ€™s League Chairperson, Cde Mary Chatibura called on responsible authorities to set aside a day to commemorate the death of Ambuya Nehanda, whom she said symbolises the journey to Zimbabweâ€™s freedom.
Harare Provincial Womenâ€™s League Political Commissar, Cde Agnes Musarurwa condemned the uprisings in some parts of the continent saying the league is working very hard to ensure that peace and stability continues to prevail in the country.
The Harare Provincial Womenâ€™s League Conference was attended by Politburo members and the partyâ€™s top women leaders in the capital.