Mnangagwa said Zimbabwe is not a country for ZANU-PF. It is not a country of MDC. It is a country of Zimbabweans.
He highlighted several projects that Zimbabweans could invest in such as the Mutare-Plumtree dualisation, Bulawayo-Victoria Falls dualisation, Harare-Chirundu road; irrigation projects to increase capacity to 300 000 hectares from the current 159 000 ha., soya bean production currently at only 20percent capacity, and beneficiation of cotton.
To emphasise his seriousness, Mnangagwa tweeted in his Christmas message yesterday that the year is ending.
“The season of politics is over and there is need to use the Holiday season and the time to follow to concentrate on bettering the lives of all Zimbabweans.
“Zimbabwe is now open for business. There will be political challenges and criticism but the primary objective of this government is economics. We are putting in place favourable economical laws, for investors to find it (an) easy, (and) conducive place safe for their businesses.”
Mnangagwa says he has only six months before the next elections which he has pledged will be free and fair because that is the only way the country can move forward peacefully, politically and economically.