The ruling party Zanu PF has stressed its commitment to strengthen current efforts towards the creation of employment opportunities, alleviating poverty and improving the quality of life for the Hwange and Binga communities.

The Zanu PF party has reminded the communities of Binga and Hwange of its resolve to foster inclusive and sustainable social economic transformation by creating economic opportunities for the villagers through initiatives such as command livestock and irrigation schemes.

Addressing Hwange villagers soon after a brief tour of the water and sewer reticulation project being implemented by the Binga Rural District Council, Matabeleland North Minister of State for Provincial Affairs Ambassador Cain Mathema encouraged the villagers to rally behind the visionary leadership of President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

“We want to assure you that Binga will never be the same again under the leadership of President Emmerson Mnangagwa. The ongoing infrastructure projects including the sewer and reticulation scheme is testimony of the new administration resolve to improving the quality of life for villagers,” he said.

Ambassador Mathema had a chance to tour some of the boreholes sites in Kariyangwe which were drilled courtesy of the generous gesture by the First Lady Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa as part of efforts to improve quality of life for the community.

Officiating during the commissioning of the Nembila Secondary School classroom block, said the new administration has prioritised revamping of the country’s infrastructure and attracting investments in different sectors of the economy.

“President Mnangagwa has prioritised direct investments which stimulates production, provides economic opportunities and alleviates poverty,” said Ambassador Mathema.

The resource-rich Matabeleland North Province is one of the provinces that has benefitted immensely from President Mnangagwa’s Zimbabwe is open for business campaign with a number of projects currently being implemented in the province including the $1 billion Hwange Expansion Project.