“We have already used US$4 million given to us by the Minister of Finance, Tendai Biti, in his National Budget, Paul Mangwana, a Copac co-chairman said. “We however still need US$4 million more from donors and anyone who can help us. The project is going well anyway.”
Mangwana said by the end of this week the organisation would have an inter active website for locals based in the diaspora for them to air their views.
“We will have a website by the end of this week,” he said. “I am very happy that things are going on well and reports of intimidation are unfounded,” he told Radio VOP in Harare.
Copac had taken a two week break to allow parliamentarians to attend to Parliament business.