The Government of Zimbabwe implemented the CBCA programme, which is a Consignment Based Conformity Assessment, in order to reduce hazardous and substandard imported products.
Bureau Veritas has been appointed by the Ministry of Industry and Commerce of Zimbabwe for the verification and the assessment of conformity of goods in exporting countries. "For more information on the CBCA Programme or to lodge a complaint, please click the CBCA tab here " This tab will lead to the Zimbabwe CBCA programme page where you can download the complaints form and send it to the email address email@example.com
To be an upbeat Business Member Organisation that lobbies and drives the growth of the Zimbabwean economy.
The Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce aims to be a leader in business development in the national economy and a channel of communication between business and the various authorities in Zimbabwe.
In executing its mandate, the Chamber of Commerce is guided by:
Compliance with the Law
The Chamber is established for the purpose of in developing, promoting, and lobbying for its members and the local business community as well as doing everything necessary and advisable for those objects, and for this purpose and without bias to the generality thereof :-
Advancing economic progress through the creation of good climate for business.
Developing and enhancing business entrepreneurship.
Identifying, promoting and servicing the interests and needs of the membership
Representing authoritatively and independently the views of business to local and national authorities.
Disseminating relevant information n members to local and international markets.
Collaborating with other national organisational with similar objectives such as trade organisations, sister Chambers, and other BMOs.