Zimbabwe has been one of our top ten export destinations for fabricated structural steel over the past decade despite all their internal strife; our exports in 2017 were nearly 6000 tonnes.
Many predict the start of a “boom” period in Zimbabwe to develop over the next few years. or those that have preferred to not be exposed to the many risks of doing business in Zimbabwe, the question to now engage with Zimbabwe or not is often discussed.
A first class and safe opportunity exists to better understand the Zimbabwean situation and is available by joining Africa House’s Duncan Bonnet in a four-day study tour of Zimbabwe from 8 to 11 April 2018.
The ISF has always supported Paul Runge’s Africa Project Access (APA) and his closely associated colleague Duncan Bonnet of Whitehouse & Associates. PA and Whitehouse Assoc. have now merged to form Africa House and our close historic association is continuing.
Duncan Bonnet is one of South Africa’s most experienced researchers of business opportunities in Sub-Saharan Africa and recently returned from a study tour in Zimbabwe and will now take 20 South Africans to join him in this mission.
Please contact Africa House directly should you be interested.
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