The two leaders held a 45 minute discussion in which they discussed the debt overhang, the investment opportunities in Zimbabwe and how Africa has taken major strides to poise itself for business with the rest of the world on a mutual benefit basis.
They also discussed the situation in Zimbabwe, with PM Tsvangirai reiterating his position that there was need to move with speed in instituting key reforms, such as a new Constitution, if the next election is to produce an uncontested outcome.
On Tuesday, the PM met Vince Cable, the secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills to discuss the doing business environment in Zimbabwe and to showcase the vast opportunities that lie in the country.
The PM was in London as a keynote guest at the Times CEO Africa summit where he showcased Africa in general, and Zimbabwe in particular, as the new frontiers for investment.
The PM was accompanied by the Minister of State in his Office, Hon Jameson Timba and senior officials.Post published in: News