ED: “Investors Go Back Home Disappointed After Being Moved From Office To Office, That Should Stop”

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has demanded an immediate end to bureaucracy by companies and individuals which he said is frustrating investors.

Addressing delegates at the Chamber of Mines of Zimbabwe (CoMZ) conference at Elephant Hills Hotel and Resorts in Victoria Falls, President Mnangagwa said:

I am also informed that many investors go back home disappointed, after being moved from office to office, people to people; that should stop.

We are determined to progressively eliminate bottlenecks, red tape and all forms of corruption within Government bureaucracy.

We, as the Government, have set up the Zimbabwe Investment Development Authority (ZIDA), which shall be one-stop shop investment centre.

President Mnangagwa reiterated the government’s mantra that Zimbabwe is open for business.

More: The Sunday Mail

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