president departure.jpgHead of State and Government and Commander  in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, President Robert Mugabe has arrived in Hong Kong on his official visit during which he will meet prospective investors in the mining and agricultural sector. 

In Hong Kong, President Mugabe who is accompanied by the First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe, Foreign Affairs Minister, Cde Simbarashe Mumbengegwi and senior government officials is expected to hold discussion with potential investors interested in both buying and exploring diamonds in Zimbabwe.

Cde Mugabe will also have meetings with other investors who have shown keen interest in extracting gold, tantalite, platinum and lithium which is found in Dorowa.

Tuesday the 15th of November, 2011 will be a day to remember for the first family as Cde Mugabe and the First Lady, Amai Grace Mugabe will attend and witness the graduation ceremony of their daughter Bona who have completed a bachelor of accounts at City University in Hong Kong.

President Mugabe and his delegation’s itinerary will take them to Beijing China were they are expected to meet the Chinese political and business leadership.

The high level meetings in Beijing will be centered on the implementation of a US$100 million package unveiled by China towards securing equipment for the health sector in Zimbabwe,discussions by President Mugabe and Hainan, a Chinese airline which is interested in partnering Air Zimbabwe and a US$144 million package that China is extending towards water and sanitation to Zimbabwe.