Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has said the unity government would
overhaul investment regulations and policies alongside far-reaching
plans to revive the country's failing economy.
Top of his wishlist was investment from South African companies with
interests in tourism, telecommunications, mining, manufacturing and
The blueprint would, he said, set tasks and targets for departments to make sure the country started to work again.
He also acknowledged that Zimbabwe was in urgent need of investment to
tackle unemployment, to rebuild the tattered infrastructure and to get
food in plentiful supply through agricultural production.
Tsvangiari said government would be looking at various ways of
encouraging investment, including public-private sector partnerships.