ZVISHAVANE - ZimPF leader, Joice Mujuru's countrywide meetings with the people took her to Zvishavane where she toured informal market stalls and interacted with vendors last Friday.
Mujuru's public interactions led her to some of the desolate mining town's oldest and poorest areas where signs of failure by the government from which she was fired after almost 35 years are most glaring.
Her message to the downtrodden faces she met revolved around the need for voter registration ahead of the watershed 2018 general elections which many have branded a make or break for the country.
At Makarios bus terminus, Mujuru told a gathering made-up of mainly female vendors that every citizen with 18 years and above was duty-bound to register and vote in 2018 if the country is to have any hope again.
"As mothers, we normally know the ages of our children better than our husbands do. As such, we should encourage our children to register as voters when they reach the age of 18.
"We can win this war together only if we vote in the coming elections. I encourage you all to register and vote," said Mujuru.
Mujuru is fighting for her survival as party head following mass defections by top party stalwarts after she dismissed five founding members of the party including Didymus Mutasa, Rugare Gumbo and Kudakwashe Bhasikiti.
The five members are disputing their expulsions and have counter-dismissed Mujuru.top story, politics
ZimPF Masvingo executive with Joice Mujuru