Victoria Falls- President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday canceled his planned trip to the Africa Roundtable CEO in Victoria Falls as the economic crisis intensified  He cited a meeting with diplomats held in Harare on Thursday, explaining the demolition with the continued formation of a Presidential Advisory Council to help formulate key economic policy strategies and strategies to promote his 2030 vision.
The Council is composed of leaders of various major Zimbabwean companies, entrepreneurs, entrepreneurs, intellectuals and church leaders.
Asked why President Mnangagwa did not invite to the annual business meeting spokesman George Charamba told the Daily News: "For the simple reason that he was accredited with diplomats in Zimbabwe yesterday, and also because his advisory board is quite soon Among other things, to work on a framework for the next indaba with the economy. Maybe he missed an encounter, he did not disdain a constituency.
The usual caravan of business leaders, ministers, parliamentarians, academics and journalists had gone to their annual February meeting in the resort, but the man all It was spoken 707 km away and officially opened the 1
Mnangagwa was to be the "guest of honor" who was to receive a presentation on the last day of the festival forum, which ran under the theme "From talking to unified action: Towards a more responsible and inclusive economy".
A CEO told Mnangagwa Daily News, "It feels like Hamlet without the prince." That's how the CEO Africa Roundtable feels this year, he said.
Mnangagwa and his Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube dominate the proceedings. A survey of executives found that companies are worried by Mnangagawa's austerity and currency rhetoric.
In the absence of Mnangagwa, he was left to senior members of his administration – spokesman Jacob Mudenda and higher and higher education, Science and Technology Minister Amon Murwira – under the banner of his government.
Faced with slowing economic growth attributable to Mnangagwa's economic commitment, business concerns are predictable.
Here the necessity of a currency reform is discussed work for all.
A CEO said he hoped the new president's reign would lead to stronger growth and higher corporate profits.
There is also the feeling that Mnangagwa is not effectively leading the country economically, under allusions from him and him. The business world is far away and now has a tense relationship.
Mnangagwa last visited the forum There, his tie was auctioned for an incredible [$196000]. After unleashing the tie he put on from Harare, Mnangagwa was offered an American flag-designed replacement, which he immediately put on. [19659003OswellBimhaderPresidentTheCEOofAfricaRoundtableClaimedAboutDailyNewsTheForuminMnangagwasNo-Showblame
"Look, if you invite the President, we traditionally wrote directly to his office and we had it to house him, but this time we were told to follow a certain pattern that we agree with should that we should have followed, "Bimha said.
" He is our number one CEO. There is a validation around the table that we have not followed the proper protocol, but we will still return to our President thereafter because it will not make the outcome of this conference less important.
"We still need to get him out of the collective that we came up with. So next year we will do the right thing, the right processes.
"We definitely want to assure the President that the trial is not working, it's not disrespect. We are not all involved in the protocol processes in these circles, but we certainly expect him to be with us next year.
Asked if the President had apologized, Bimha said, "We did not do the trial.
To describe the procedure, he said: "The procedure is that we should write to our parents' minister. Our Minister of Parents then asks the President or through any channels in the President's office.
So we wrote directly to them and wrote directly to them, we wrote on time and we still want to know how else we could have done so that we can be informed about the process but also about it Bringing presidents to make time for their busy schedules.
Bimha also said that there is also a planning conflict.
"There are also critical issues that occur in the President's diary at this time with this one, so there is a combination of problems. And unfortunately we are very sad in the name of the round table that we could not have it this time.
Asked what will happen to the forum's lobby lobby for economic reform, "Call to Action," Bimha said, "Very, very, urgently, our Call to Action document is part of our package to him , This call to action document will add value. Creating value means that the contributions that result from it are indeed included in the priorities of the members. "