Transport Deputy Minister refuses to name Air Zimbabwe’s strategic partner

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Transport and Infrastructure Development Deputy Minister Engineer Michael Madanha could not name Air Zimbabwe’s strategic partner saying that it was too early to do so.

Yesterday, Madanha told delegates at the 48th session of the Africa Airlines Association (AFRAA) Annual General Assembly that the Government of Zimbabwe approved the engagement of a strategic partner in an effort to recapitalise Air Zimbabwe and the process is now underway.

In an interview with The Chronicle, on the sidelines of the occasion, Deputy Minister Madanha said Air Zimbabwe could be resuming direct flights to London early next year if all goes well.

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