President Emmerson Mnangagwa is expected to leave for Namibia this Wednesday on a three-day State visit.
The visit dovetails with the ninth Zimbabwe-Namibia Joint Permanent Commission. Speaking to the media on President Mnangagwa’s visit, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister Sibusiso Moyo said:
A Joint Permanent Commission which will take place tomorrow (today) in Windhoek is going to be the ninth Joint Permanent Commission between Zimbabwe and Namibia and, secondly, it will be followed by a State visit by His Excellency President Mnangagwa and he will also have an opportunity to officially commission the dry port.
… The Joint Commission is going to be deliberating on several issues. As you may recall, Namibia is a very close political friend to the people of Zimbabwe and Namibia has interacted with us economically.
They provided funds to rehabilitate the Hwange Power Station against the provision of 80MW which is being exported to Namibia as a form of payment but there are a number of technical and scientific agreements which are going to be signed and which will indicate that Namibia requires teachers in a number of areas so that they can develop their innovative areas.
More: The Herald
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