Zimbabwe’s mining sector is targeting Dubai investors on mineral prospecting to fully benefit from the vast resources.
.These were the sentiments emphasised by the Zimbabwean mining delegation led by the Minister of Mines and Mining Development, Honourable Winston Chitando at the recently held Dubai Investment Conference.
Speaking at the recently held Dubai Investment Conference, Minister of Mines and Mining Development, Winston Chitando said Zimbabwe needs an investment into exploration so as to realise the 12 billion target by 2023.
Chairperson for Parliamentary Portfolio Committee Mines and Mining Development Edmond Mukaratigwa was amongst the mining delegates at the Conference.
“We can assure anyone who wants to invest into Zimbabwe’s mining sector that as legislators, we have repealed all prohibitive laws to be a preferred mining destination,” Mukaratigwa said.
Representatives from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) royal family and the business community expressed willingness to invest more in Zimbabwe.
Marcin Lapa of the Office of H. H. Sheik Ahmed Bin Faisal Al-Qassimi-Member of the Ruling Family said: “It is a fantastic platform to exchange the knowledge. I learnt a lot. I learnt with whom to deal when coming to invest in Zimbabwe. I also learnt how I can access Zimbabwean market.”
In the two-day mining investment conference, the Minerals Marketing Corporation of Zimbabwe (MMCZ) and other mining stakeholders delivered presentations on the state of the country’s mining sector.
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