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  • 300 Business Tycoons Gather for Investment Conference

    08/03/2011 16:45:00

    Harare, March 08, 2011 – More than 300 business executives from South 
    Africa, London and the United states of America (US) are gathered in Harare 
    for a one-day investment conference organised by Euro money Conferences in 

    The conference theme was: Zimbabwe – The Emerging African Investment 

    It was officially opened by the Prime Minister, Morgan Tsvangirai at the 
    five star Rainbow Towers Harare International Conference Centre (HICC).

    Tsvangirai said Zimbabwe needed to be more serious about its investment 
    drive and not speak with a double tongue thus frustrating investors 
    interested in the country.

    Deputy Prime Minister, Arthur Mutambara, said Zimbabwe had numerous 
    investment opportunities in mining, tourism, education, road infrastructure 
    but needed to publicise this more to investors.

    But, Mutambara said, the government needed to have a clear investment policy 
    and not confuse investors who are very wary about putting their money in 
    African nations.

    Speakers included Daniel Broby, Chief Investment Officer at Silk Invest in 
    London, in the United Kingdom, Ambassador Albrecht Conze from Germany, 
    Jonathan Chenevix-Trench, Founding Partner, African Century Limited, an 
    investment company focused on building businesses in sub Saharan Africa, Rt 
    Honourable Lord Paul Boateng, Non Executive Director of Aegis Advisory 
    Limited in South Africa and Paulus Deuticke, Investment Director at Virgin 
    Unite (Private) Limited in New York in the United States of America (US).
    Top speakers from Zimbabwe included Anthony Mandiwanza, Chief Executive of 
    Dairibord Holdings Zimbabwe Limited (DHZL), banker, Nigel Chanakira, Founder 
    of Kingdom Financial Holdings Limited (KFHL), Shingai Munyeza from African 
    Sun Limited, Victor Gapare, President of the Chamber of Mines of Zimbabwe 
    (COMZ), and Reward Kangai, Managing Director of the government-controlled 
    Net One (Private) Limited Zimbabwe’s second largest cellular telephone 
    network operator.

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