President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe has said that his country’s economic growth rate is falling because of drought. The President blamed the slow and late onset of rains as factors that have affected the economic growth rate.
He said this this afternoon in his State of The Nation address at the Zimbabwean parliament.
The MDC members of parliament booed him when he said his government has a 10 point plan to revive the agriculture sector, to grow the mining sector & SMEs.
Mugabe said he recognises the importance of reintergration with the international community adding that his government is finalizing a ‘Diaspora Policy’.
“The government is looking at amending laws to allow ease of doing business in the country,” he said.