bob.jpgHead of State and Government and Commander-in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces President Robert Mugabe has arrived back home after attending the summit of liberation parties Wednesday night  and  addressing the World Economic Forum Thursday morning. 


The President who joined other Southern African leaders for the summit in Dar-es-Salaam Wednesday night was at the venue of the World Economic Forum meeting at Mlimani conference early this Thursday morning together with Prime Minister Mr Morgan Tsvangirai and Deputy Prime Minister Professor Arthur Mutambara as members of the inclusive government to tell the world that Zimbabweans are working well together and that the country is ready for investors.


Cde Mugabe also explained to the world business, political and intellectuals about Zimbabwe’s land reform programme.


Earlier on Cde Mugabe met with the Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum Mr Klaus Schwab at the conference venue.


 The World Economic Forum is being held under the theme “Rethinking Africa’s growth strategy’.

  It is being attended by over one thousand leaders of various sectors from around the world.