By Margaret Kamba
Mining company Anjin has expressed satisfaction with the New Dispensation' administration highlighting that the company's investment is indeed in safe hands.
Since coming into office, President and First Secretary of ZANU PF Cde E.D Mnangagwa has vowed to support businesses that bring development into the country by endorsing the ease of doing business policy.
Many companies that have trusted the new leadership has witnessed themselves thriving while helping Zimbabwe attain a middle income class by 2030.
Speaking during a tour by the President, Anjin Board Chairperson Jiang Qingde while expressing warmest welcome to President Mnangagwa and his entourage, noted that his company is committed to helping Zimbabwe achieve a US$12 billion economy.
"Anjin has suffered loses of US$400m when diamond companies were shut down in 2016. We have to date invested US$30m since relaunching and we are happy with the output," he said.
"We are confident and happy with the New Dispensation and our investment is secure. We commit to play our role in achieving a US$12 billion mining sector by 2023."
The mining sector has predicted an increased output and growth and this move is expected to frog leap the country towards the expected end.