The Zimbabwe Ministry of Mines and Mining Development in partnership with African Chrome Fields is hosting a breakfast Dialogue in Cape Town focusing on mining investment opportunities in Zimbabwe.
The meeting will be held on the 6th of February at the One & Only Cape Town, Waterfront.
The Minister of Finance Patrick Chinamasa and Minister of Mines Winston Chitando will be part of the Zimbabwean delegation at the breakfast meeting as the country continue with efforts to lure foreign direct investment.
The Sponsors of the breakfast event African Chrome Fields said the purpose of the event was to promote the government’s intention to declare the country open for business and encourage trade and investment.
Top government officials and business executives are scheduled to speak at the meeting. These include Ashraf Kaka (CEO African Chrome Fields), Batirai Manhando (Zimbabwe Chamber of Mines President), Former South African Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas, Richard Mbaiwa (CEO Zimbabwe Investment Authority) and Mohammed Jardine (Investment Analys).
Ashruf Kaka will provide a first-hand account of positive experiences of a corporation investing in Zimbabwe.
Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa has recently been quoted in the media declaring that Zimbabwe was open for business.
“Zimbabwe is now open for business, and is putting in place supportive measures that seek to rebuild confidence and compete for investment, and enhance the economy’s competitiveness,” he said.
The government has removed the local ownership requirement for foreign investment, except for the diamond and platinum sectors in a major policy shake-up by the new administration.