Aspiring Ex G40 Candidates Dealt Heavy Blow As CVs Get Rejected

The battle of politics in Midlands province left ex G40 cabal aspiring candidates in the cold at ZANU PF following the rejection of their CVs at national level.

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Some notable aspiring candidates were Former Midlands Provincial Affairs Minister, Jason Machaya, former deputy Minister of Industry and Commerce, Chitatidzo Mabuwa, Kwekwe Central Legislator, Masango “Blackman” Matambanadzo, former Deputy Minister of Tourism, Annastacia Ndlovu and former deputy Minister of Mines and Mining Development, Fred Moyo, who had all submitted their CVs intending to contest in the party’s primary elections.

The primary polls that were initially scheduled for 5 May have since been moved to April 29.

Machaya had submitted his CV for Gokwe senatorial post while Mabuwa wanted to contest the Mberengwa West Constituency. Cde Matambanadzo had submitted CVs to contest in Kwekwe Central while Moyo intended to retain the Zvishavane Runde seat.

Former Minister of State in the President’s Office, Flora Buka who also intended to make a come-back in the revolutionary party had her CV for Gokwe-Nembudziya Constituency rejected.

Only two notable figures,Francis Nhema (Shurugwi South) and Tafanana Zhou (Mberengwa North) had their CVs accepted even though they had previously been linked to the G40 cabal.

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