Zim has attracted US$3 billion FDI in 3 months-ED


Zim has attracted US$3 billion FDI in 3 months-ED

THE SouthernTIMES Mar 19, 2018

    Sharon Kavhu

    Harare-Zimbabwe has attracted at least US$3 billion through Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in the past three months, President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said.

    Speaking at a meeting with church leaders at the Harare International Conference Centre on Monday, Mnangagwa said the momentum will be sustained by a ‘zero tolerance to corruption.’

    “In the last three months, we have managed to attract a commitment of US$3 billion worth of Foreign Direct Investments into the country. To sustain this momentum and further enhance productivity, I have vowed to have zero tolerance to corruption,” said Mnangagwa.

    He said a ‘zero tolerance to corruption’ is possible in an environment of God-fearing people.

    “I passionately believe that, it is time for all Zimbabweans to take the path of truth, honesty and integrity.  To buttress this, I believe that we have a responsibility as Government to lead by example.  This requires a God-fearing people who are led by an infusion of biblical principles in all their endeavours as highlighted in the book of Romans 12 verse 2 and 1: ‘Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world but be transformed by the renewing of your mind.  Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is his good pleasing and perfect will’.”

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