zanu pf headquaters 15-08-10.jpgThe Zanu PF Harare Province on Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment Committee says it is coming up with strategies in conjunction with the parent ministry to ensure checks and balances that will guarantee equal participation and opportunities for all.

The committee’s chairperson, Cde Noah Mangondo told ZBC News that they are working to identify business opportunities within the Harare Province so that participants aspiring to be part of the national indigenisation programme are made aware of existing opportunities.

Cde Nyasha Chikwinya, who represents women in the provincial indigenisation committee, said they will be seeking opportunities in line with the declaration made at the Zanu PF Annual National People’s Conference in Bulawayo where the revolutionary party committed to give equal opportunities to women in the indigenisation drive.

The Zanu PF launched indigenisation and economic empowerment programme has gathered momentum as it seeks to redress past economic imbalances that marginalised the black Zimbabwean majority.