Zimbabwe’s Premier is expected to address issues affecting the party ahead of next year polls and also on the visit by South African mediation team.
“The President is expected to speak on the life and health of the party ahead of the next year’s free and fair elections, performance of the inclusive government and the visit by President Jacob Zuma’s facilitation team” reads part of the MDC-T press statement.
Tsvangirai is also expected to talk and denounce the increase of state sponsored violence across the country, the constitution-making process and other issues affecting the people of Zimbabwe,” it added.
The ‘Real Change Peace Rally’ rally comes a week after police in Matabeleland North province disrupted MDC-T rallies.
On Tuesday, police in Harare armed with AK 47 rifles and baton sticks, fired teargas into the MDC headquarters, Harvest House injuring scores of people and indiscriminately beating up people in the process.
Tsvangirai will also introduce the party’s new leadership that was elected at the party’s 3rd National Congress held in Bulawayo in May.
Similar provincial rallies attended by thousands of party supporters have been held in Harare, Bulawayo, Gweru, Mutare, Masvingo, Kwekwe, Chegutu, Marondera and Nkayi.