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Global Renaissance driving towards economically-stable trading

by Byron Adonis Mutingwende

Leading business local think-tank, Global Renaissance has earmarked the 11th of December 2020 for a year-end business dinner that will focus on leveraging trade for economic development in the coming year.

Mr. Ngoni Dzirutwe, the Chief Executive Officer of Global Renaissance Investments, the organisers of the much-hyped event, made a clarion call for local and regional businesses not to miss this important and informative business dinner.

The theme of the business diner is “Macro-economic stability key to 2021 trade, industry and commerce rebound and beyond the new normal.”

Commenting about the event the organiser said: “Economic stability is what will drive the Business in 2021. Once stability is secure the industry will boost production and this will see less importation of goods. 


“The authorities are to share more on how to keep the economy stable at the Year-End Business Dinner on the 11th of December 2020 at Rainbow Towers Hotel, Harare. Exports markets in South Africa and Rwanda are also going to be explored as well as a focus on how to lead in this new normal,” Mr. Dzirutwe said. 

Expected speakers are Professor Mthuli Ncube, the Minister of Finance and Economic Development; Honourable Sekai Nzenza, the Minister of Industry and Commerce; HE Mphakama Mbete, South African Ambassador to Zimbabwe; Ms Gloria Zvaravanhu, the ICAZ CEO; Economist Eddie Cross; and Mr. Henry Ruzvidzo, the President of the Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries.

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