By Staff Reporter
ZANU PF Mazowe District has gone digital after the District Coordinating Committee DCC chairperson Tafadzwa Musarara laptop to easy the current cell registration exercise by the revolutionary party.
DCC secretary for information Kushinga Dutiro confirmed the development.
“I can confirm that chairman Musarara has donated eight laptops for party use starting with cell data capturing the computers are doing good work in Mazowe and the registration is almost through,” Dutiro said.
Dutiro further highlighted that since their district has gone digital they will be in a position to know the exact number of electorate by 2023 as their party targets the five million votes.
Meanwhile, the district has since employed a number of people to work on party registration and the move has been welcomed by majority supporters as that will be a motivational tool since there is remuneration to that effect.