The predatory politics Zanu PF is expending most of its energy on by expelling and purging its senior officials, instead of concentrating on government business, has worsened the country’s already serious economic challenges.
People’s Democratic Party
This kind of primitive politics in Zanu PF does not build the country’s economy, but instead destroys and shatters the people’s hopes and aspirations for a better Zimbabwe.
The country is facing a serious socio-economic crisis that is threatening the livelihoods of millions of citizens as companies continue to close and thousands of people lose their jobs.
Zimbabwe is on a “shut-down” as the divisions in Zanu PF and government have intensified. The governing party’s factional fights are now being fought in the arena of public policy, where Cabinet ministers and senior government officials are issuing contradictory policy statements that are sending confusing signals to local and foreign investors.
Sadly the long suffering people of Zimbabwe are bearing the brunt of Zanu PF’s factionalism as public officials waste the dwindling public resources in pursuit of factional interests that are of no benefit to the man on the streets.
Zimbabwe’s economic recovery prospects remain in the dark as the factional fights in Zanu PF characterised by expulsions and counter-expulsions continue.
What is happening is Zanu PF is a clear statement that the party has failed and as the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) we reiterate our position on the establishment of the National Transitional Authority (NTA) as the Zanu PF government has proved to be clueless.