More than 350 people from South America, North America, Asia, Europe and Africa are expected at the second edition of the International Economic Summit to be held in Harare from the 7th to the 9th of October.

The summit, which saw a number of investors from Spain and China partnering in the energy sector last year, is meant to create linkages and leverage investment in Africa.

The summit management chairperson, Reverend Andrew Muchechetere said the summit has a potential to influence major investments for the country.

This year’s summit will be running under the theme: ‘Reconstructing Africa Beyond Limitations – An Integrated Collaborative Approach.’