India’s readiness to do business with Zimbabwe is slowly bearing fruits with two Indian investors who are keen to invest in a number of sectors now in the country to start negotiations with relevant ministries.

Representatives of the two companies Modern Distillers and Unipads are in the country for a week and have so far toured Ingwebu Breweries in Bulawayo and other companies in Harare.

President Mnangagwa’s administration declared that Zimbabwe is open for business with the rest of the world with a view of transforming the economy through industrialisation and job creation after close to two decades of international isolation.

The Indian investors visit comes barely two months after Deputy Minister of Industry and Commerce Raj Modi business tour of the Asian country.