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Zim reaches out to foreign investors

A HIGH-POWERED Zimbabwean delegation will be off to London next week for a conference, as the investment-starved country moves to lure foreign investors. The two-day Zimbabwe London Investment Forum, Zimdaba London 2018, which runs between March 15 and 16, brings together business leaders and investors from the United Kingdom and Europe to discuss and action investment opportunities in Zimbabwe. The Zimbabwean delegation includes seven Cabinet ministers, representatives from Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC), Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI), Zimbabwe Investment Authority (ZIA) and Special Economic Zones Authority (SEZA). According…

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Investors warm up to Zim mining sector   

INVESTORS have now accepted that certain Government policies they denounced were critical in addressing historical economic imbalances and have since renewed interest in Zimbabwe’s mining sector, Mines and Mining Development Minister Walter Chidkwa said. In an interview with a local radio station on the sidelines of the Mining Indaba in Cape Town, South Africa last week, Minister Chidhakwa said the general perception had been that Zimbabwe was not investor friendly, but the thinking had started changing. The negative perception stemmed from the contention that Zimbabwe’s policies on issues such as the fast…

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Foreign investors expected for Harare mining indaba

International investors will get a chance to consider the vast investment opportunities in Zimbabwe’s growing mining sector at a mining indaba to be held from 27 to 28 February 2018 at The Meikles Hotel in Harare. The conference is hosted by the London-based MiningReport in conjunction with the Chamber of Mines of Zimbabwe and the Mines and Mining Development Ministry. President Emmerson Mnangagwa will officially open the indaba, which has attracted interest from over 20 countries. He has pledged to make economics and trade cooperation, rather than politics, his government’s…

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