“The MDC is gravely concerned that the 2016 national budget has not put in place a substantive program to resuscitate the ailing economy,” says Chinyadza in the statement.
Mnangagwa said Zimbabwe is overhauling all pieces of legislation that hinder business or scare away potential investors, among them the controversial indigenization laws.
The conference aims to renew global commitment to reduce the spread of the pandemic, which is seeing reversal of gains in some groups, particularly the youth.
Zimbabwe’s staple maize crop of 742,000 tonnes is down 53% from 2014-15, according to data from the South African Development Community.
According to the Environment, Water and Climate ministry, the country’s annual mean surface temperature has warmed by about 0.4 degrees Celsius from 1900 to 2000.
'I am looking at creating revenue streams and wealth in football that will bring great success for us all. We are going to engage government to make sure that we have support from them.'
ZHDA president Dr Fortune Nyamande told Voice of America News that Dr Parirenyatwa is no longer fit for purpose.