Zimbabwe’s commitment to open business was once again reaffirmed at the World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland with President Emmerson Mnangagwa outlining government position on critical issues around the country’s land reform and political environment which had generated skepticism among international investors.

All eyes were on President Mnangagwa as the world followed with keen interest on some of the key reforms that he has articulated to reboot the country’s economy. 

Once again the President re-emphasized his position that his priority is focused on enhancing economics and trade cooperation with everyone and that at this moment Zimbabwe is open to business.

One of the key areas that had remained a talking point to the international investors was bordered on the land issue which the President explained that under his administration was not selective.

Again there was commitment for free and fair elections which the Cde Mnangagwa said will be held before July. 

This is a message that he has continuously reiterated at various forums both within and beyond the region.

The apex of this commitment is such that it will leave no doubt to the international community.

Already signs of the international community warming to the new administration are showing after the European Union stated its readiness to re-engage with Zimbabwe.

Similar gestures have also been pronounced by Britain and the country is ready to embrace re-admission into the commonwealth.

Re-engagement with the international community is of paramount importance as Zimbabwe works to revitalise its economy.