noah mangondo ed.jpgZanu PF says it is on the watch for unscrupulous foreign business people who would want to engage into marriages of convenience in order to venture into the local retail sector which is reserved for Zimbabweans under the Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment Act.

Zanu PF Central Committee Member, Cde Noah Mangondo, who spoke during the party’s indigenisation seminar in Dzivarasekwa, Harare, said his party will not allow foreign business people to unscrupulously enter into marriages of convenience so as to take up opportunities in the local retail sector.

According to the Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment Act, the retail sector is reserved for local people.

Local business people who attended the business seminar hailed government’s indigenisation policy and reiterated that Zimbabweans must have first preference in benefitting from this programme.

It is hoped that the seminars being conducted by Zanu PF in Harare will help ordinary Zimbabweans by showing them how they can explore various business opportunities in the country in areas that are mainly run by foreigners.