Zanu PF Women’s League Secretary for Information and Publicity, Cde Thokozile Mathuthu says party processes and disciplinary procedures will be followed in dealing with the issue of grievances and complains raised by the wing’s provincial chairpersons in relation to the alleged improper conduct by the National Women’s League Deputy Secretary, Cde Eunice Sandi Moyo and National Secretary for Finance, Cde Sarah Mahoka.

The two national executive members of the women’s league saw all provinces demonstrating against their alleged misconduct, insubordination and unbecoming behaviour for persons occupying such senior positions in the women’s league and the party.

In response to the demonstrations, the top 10 in the Women’s League met and assessed the allegations, followed by the meeting that was attended by the top 50 in the wing at the party headquarters in Harare today.

After today’s meeting, Cde Mathuthu said a decision will soon be made on the two’s fate after other organs have been appraised of the assessments and recommendations from the Women’s League.

Responding to questions that the two were acting on behalf of some members including the national commissar, Cde Mathuthu said none members of the Women’s League were not discussed in the meeting which took more than seven hours.