The Ministry of Finance and Economic Development will embark on a countrywide tour to educate people on the country’s new economic blueprint, the Transitional Stabilisation Programme (TSP).
The two-year economic blue print is aimed at fixing the country’s economic ills in the medium term whilst at the same time consolidating the country’s economic growth prospects.
The TSP contains dashboards across all economic sectors with key result areas towards achieving a middle income status by 2030.
To ensure that everyone contributes towards this journey, the government will embark on tours nationwide to explain the contents of this policy document.
This was revealed by the Minister of Finance and Economic Development Professor Mthuli Ncube in parliament.
“We will start road shows in all districts of the country to explain what this document means to an average Zimbabwean. This will be done in all the country’s vernacular languages so that everyone understands the direction the economy is taking,” said Professor Ncube.
Zimbabwe is considered a member of the 6 percent club, a grouping of a few African countries that will achieve annual GDP growth rate of at least 6.5 percent.
The TSP provides timelines during which particular actions need to be completed by the relevant government departments and institutions.
The TSP covers the period October 2018 to December 2020.