Mthuli Ncube embarks on stakeholder listening & consulting roadshow

Mthuli Ncube embarks on stakeholder listening & consulting roadshow
Published: 12 September 2018
Minister of Finance and Economic Development Professor Mthuli Ncube embarks on stakeholder listening and consulting roadshow, starting with private meeting with fifty captains of industry.

 New Zimbabwe Minister of Finance Professor Mthuli Ncube has embarked on a listening and consulting roadshow with stakeholders, starting with a private meeting with captains of industry. Today, he met with fifty chief executive officers of the leading businesses in Zimbabwe to consult and listen to the challenges they are facing operating in Zimbabwe.

Issues raised by Zimbabwe's leading Chief executive officers who met today with Professor Mthuli Ncube include prohibitive cost of finance, shortage of foreign currency, high import duties, uncompetitive business environment and bureaucracy.

 The Minister of Finance and Development and the captains of industry discussed possible solutions to the challenges the business leaders are experiencing operating in Zimbabwe. The Minister promised to take into account the issues raised and proposed solutions as he kicks off his mandate to make Zimbabwe a middle income country by 2030.

Chief executives and senior business leaders that met privately with the minister today came from the following companies:

Anglo America
British American Tobacco
Commercial Bank of Zimbabwe (CBZ)
CDF Investments Trust
Chamber of Mines of Zimbabwe
Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries
Dulux Paints
Fast JET
FBC Bank
GEM Group
La Farge
Levy Group
Masimba Holdings
Meikles Hotels
National Foods
NMB Bank Limited
Old Mutual Group
Pick & Pay
Pulse Pharmaceuticals
Stanbic Bank
Standard Chartered
Steward Bank
Total Zimbabwe
United Refineries

The minister will be meeting with other stakeholders on his "listening roadshow".
- Agencies
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