By Tendai Guvamombe
The Minister of State and Devolution for Mashonaland Central Province, Senator Monica Mavhunga has marketed Zimbabwe’s key investments opportunities at the ongoing Dubai Business Summit.
In a presentation she unraveled the enabling factors that are a roadmap for Zimbabwe’s investment development.
“On behalf of Mashonaland Central Province in Zimbabwe, I am grateful for the invitation to be part of Africa-Dubai Business Summit. Foreign investments is key in attaining Zimbabwe’s vision of an upper middle income society by 2030.”
“I found this Africa Dubai Business Summit relevant and critical as Zimbabwe is implementing it’s National Development Strategy which addressing some of the global aspirations of Sustainable Development Goals and Agenda 2063.”
She also touched on opportunities in the energy sector where clean energy solutions such as renewable energy which are now at the centre of the global trends.
Among other areas she said Mashonaland Central Province is reach in issues around tourism, agriculture, fisheries and sustainable mining practices.
She also took the opportunity to market major tourist destinations in the province such as Nyatsimba Mutota ruins, Dinosaur Spoor in Mbire, Red Cliffs, Mavhuradonha Wilderness and Umfurudzi Park among other exciting places.
“The province has investment opportunities in the energy sector. You can invest in the renewable energy such as solar energy hubs, bio gas digesters and windmills.”
Since the establishment of the Second Republic, Zimbabwe has over the years embarked on a programme to lure foreign investors under the mantra: ‘Zimbabwe is Open for Business’
This have seen a pool of Investors developing interests to visit Zimbabwe in the quest to forge multilateral ties and corporations with the Government.