Zimbabwe/May 23, 2019/Tshuma Rueben /No Comment/147 views /Zimbabwe JUST IN: Fireworks as Nelson Chamisa’s MDC Alliance invades Gwerushare on:FacebookTwitter Google +Pinterest Tumblr Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancel GWERU lodges and hotels are fully booked ahead of the MDC elective congress this week to decide the party’s leadership. The City of Progress, as Gweru likes to call itself, will host 6 200 MDC delegates from across the country, who have already elected Nelson Chamisa as party leader — nominated unopposed — for the fifth MDC congress. The party will start by holding elections of the youth and women’s assembly leadership tomorrow, before Chamisa officially opens proceedings on Saturday. ALSO READ Douglas Mwonzora cannot be President of either his party MDC Alliance or the country: Here's whyElections for the hotly-contested standing committee positions will be held Sunday when congress closes. “Friday afternoon, we are going to have national elections for youth and women assemblies concurrently. On the same day, we are going to have a national executive meeting,” part of the programme reads. “On Saturday May 25, 2019, there shall be a congress official opening at Ascot Stadium, where everyone is invited to bear witness on this special, great event, then delegates will be divided into thematic committees. At 2pm, the congress will receive feedback from the thematic committees,” the programme further reads. ALSO READ Army truck kills 3 Cyclone Ida survivorsParty spokesperson Jacob Mafume confirmed they had snapped up most of the guest rooms in the city. “We have just ensured that most of our delegates have accommodation as preparations are at an advanced stage. We are ready for our congress,” he said. Mafume confirmed the programme, saying the elections would be conducted in the most transparent manner. ALSO READ Latest on ex Minister Bright Matonga who enjoyed unprotected sex and sired a child with girlfriend“Our elections are going to happen on Sunday. They will be a display of how democracy manifests. The main event happens on Saturday, when there will be the official opening of congress by the president,” he said. The MDC will hold national executive meetings tomorrow to look at proposed constitutional amendments, which will be discussed Saturday. — NewsDay Follow @MyZimbabweNews Loading… Related Zimbabwe Latest News Leave A Comment Below Related Tags:Zimbabwe share on: FacebookTwitter Google +Pinterest Tumblr Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancel previous articlePFEE! Horny men grab and romance women in Zupco queues…Slashing of bus fares has caused havocnext articleSerious Drama: Woman refuses to release boyfriend’s underwear after being dumped, demands R10 000Related PostsZimbabwe/June 16, 2019 /No Comment Baboons wreak havoc in Gwanda, invade homes & schools & cause problems for pupils during break timeZimbabwe/June 16, 2019 /No Comment DailyNews LiveDailyNews LiveDailyNews LiveDailyNews LiveDailyNews LiveDailyNews LiveRadio presenter Erica Ndoro reacts to targeting Justice Wadyajena who bought Lamborghini claimsDailyNews LiveDailyNews Live Leave a Response Cancel reply CommentName Email Sign me up for the newsletter! Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.