The 2-day Zimbabwe – South Africa Investment Conference ended last night in Sandton, South Africa amid prospects of increased trade and investment cooperation between the two countries.

The investment conference was organised by Zimbabwe’s Ministry of Macro-Economic Planning and Investment Promotion in  conjunction with Zimbabwean business persons based in South Africa.

Zimbabwe – South Africa Forum President, Mr Anele Ndlovu hailed the presence of Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa at the indaba, saying it is proof of Zimbabwe’s commitment to woo investment  into  the country .

Vice President Mnangagwa led a high powered delegation that included several government ministers.

Addressing the delegates during a dinner function, Cde Mnangagwa expressed satisfaction  with the level of participation at the conference, saying it gives testimony that Zimbabweans in South Africa are aware of the vast economic potential that can be shared between the two countries.

In attendance  at the conference were Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa, Macro-Economic Planning and Investment Promotion Minister Dr Obert Mpofu, Industry and Commerce Minister Dr Mike Bimha, Mines and Mining Development Deputy Minister Cde Fred Moyo and the Minister in Vice President Mnangagwa’s office Cde Clifford Sibanda.