Photos: Zimbabwe Minister Meets Investors in Cape Town

Zimbabwe is in desperate need of foreign direct investment following years of poor governance.

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Zimbabwe Mines Minister Winston Chitando addressing investors in Cape Town.

Zimbabwe’s Minister of Mines and Minerals Winston Chitando met prospective investors in Cape Town at a breakfast meeting which was organised by African Chrome Fields.

Dozens of investors turned up in a sign of confidence towards the new administration led by President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

Zimbabwean business people also attended in numbers as they are also keen to plough back into the country and help it retain its economic status in the SADC region.

Zimbabwean Mining Minister Winston Chitando with African Chrome Fields CEO Ashruf Kaka.
Minister Winston Chitando addresses delegates during the ‘Zimbabwe is Open for Business Dialogue’.
Potential investors follow the Minister’s keynote address with keen interest.
Part of the Zimbabwean business community in Cape Town follow proceedings.
Zimbabwean Investors are keen to invest back home.
Zimbabwe is open for investment dialogue in Cape Town.
Investors during a networking session.
Part of the delegates who came for the mining opportunities dialogue.

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.

Zimbabwe is in desperate need of foreign direct investment following years of poor governance.

 

 

 

 

 

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