‘Zim On Growth Trajectory’
President Mnangagwa breaks ground for the construction of St Noah High School boarding project in Bocha, Marange, yesterday. — Pictures: Tinai Nyadzayo.
Cletus Mushanawani in Mafararikwa
ZIMBABWE’S economy has recovered and the country is now on a growth trajectory despite being saddled by sanctions for the past 23 years, President Mnangagwa has said. Addressing thousands of people who gathered to witness the groundbreaking ceremony for St Noah College boarding project at the school yesterday, President Mnangagwa said the Second Republic will not put its foot off the pedal to see a developed and modernised Zimbabwe. He said the country will continue leveraging on its resources as well as the Education 5.0 Policy to transform lives as sciences are now the economy drivers. “Despite being under sanctions for the past 23 years, our economy has recovered and we are now on a growth trajectory. “God is with us Zimbabweans because he availed to us minerals like lithium which are on demand globally. Our erstwhile detractors imposed sanctions on us thinking that our economy will collapse, but our loving God blessed us with minerals which they don’t have. “They are now envying us, but we are saying no exports of unprocessed minerals. We want to grow our mining economy which is now at US$12 billion under the Second Republic,” said President Mnangagwa. ReadMore