The momentum built by the government to increase business opportunities has been endorsed by potential investors with the country’s business people residing abroad pledging more projects to the country in future.

The trend which reflects persistent investor renewed interests in Zimbabwe is therefore being expected to unlock viable projects, create jobs and open capital flows into the economy.

Institutional investors and the global business community said the country can still recapture its glory as a leading economy in Africa.

Potomac Group Chief Executive Ms Jill Dauchy who is based in Washington, United States and the Chief Executive of Swiss Authentic Mr Guillaume Chaize who was speaking from Geneva, Switzerland said investors are ready to take up the numerous opportunities for investment that are available in Zimbabwe. 

President of the Zim-South Africa Forum Mr Anele Ndovu who is based in South Africa said his organisation will continue to drive investment into the country as well as promoting and showcasing what the country has to offer to the world.

Zim-SA Forum chairman Cape Town branch Mr Julius Shamu and a member of the forum Mr Peter Wale condemned a statement that was allegedly issued by an association called Zim Business Forum, dated 08 August 2018.  

President Emmerson Mnangagwa who took office in November last year is prioritising embracing the international economy, modernising infrastructure and attracting investments.