Transport Minister Obert Mpofu has pledged to resuscitate the National Railways of Zimbabwe before the end of this year
Zanu-PF has reiterated its commitment to tackle the issue of unemployment, company closures, and other challenges facing people in Bulawayo and Matabeleland provinces, following a crisis meeting held in the city on Saturday to address the slow pace of development in these regions.
The meeting, which was held at Elangeni Training Centre in Bulawayo, was addressed by various cabinet ministers, who included the Senior Minister of State in the President’s Office, Simon Khaya-Moyo, Lands and Resettlement Minister Douglas Mombeshora, Transport Minister Obert Mpofu, Water and Climate Minister Saviour Kasukuwere, and Small and Medium Enterprises Minister Sithembiso Nyoni.
Others were Home Affairs Minister Kembo Mohadi, Sports and Culture Minister Andrew Langa, Zanu-PF supporters, and provincial ministers and chairpesons.
Party member and former Pelandaba-Mpopoma candidate Joseph Tshuma said various projects were discussed and Minister Mpofu pledged to rescuscitate the National Railways of Zimbabwe before the end of this year.