o be discussed included the need for a market-driven economy, creating an environment conducive for investment and economic empowerment. He said the business community would keep “pushing” until Government responded positively.
“This will entail the removal of price controls and we will continue pushing until the walls are broken down. We will never give up because that will be giving up on our future and ourselves. We will not keep quiet irrespective of the resistance,” Zembe said.
Zembe said the ZNCC would invite regional investors to the conference to talk about the creation of the “right atmosphere” and what they expect out of Zimbabwe in order for them to invest. Discussions on economic empowerment are expected to centre on the government’s proposed controversial amendments for the Mines and Minerals Act.
HARARE - The Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce is scheduled to hold its annual congress in Victoria Falls at the end of June under the theme "In pursuit of a shared economic vision, confidence building, transparency and policy consistence".
Chamber president, Luxon Zembe, said key issues t