Come clean on talks?

Staff Writer

ZIMSUN Leisure Group chief executive officer Shingi Munyeza says the ruling Zanu PF and opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) should come clean and tell the world whether they are “tal

king” or not.


Munyeza says while it is not the duty of businesspeople to force information out of politicians, the business community is suffering because investors are “sitting on the fence because they are unclear about what is being done to solve Zimbabwe’s serious political and economic climate”.


“This (coming clean) will help us – especially those in the tourism industry,” Munyeza told businessdigest. “The world needs to know and this is for our benefit.”


He said government also needed to come up with a lasting solution to the crippling fuel situation.


Despite assurances that Zimbabwe “will never run dry” from Energy and Power Development minister Amos Midzi, the shortages have caused inconvenience for all industry.


“The acute fuel shortages which continue to be hostile to domestic travel need to be solved if we are to seriously progress,” Munyeza said.

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