The COVID-19 pandemic has hit not only Zimbabwe but the rest of the World. The Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce recognises the role that business plays to achieve our shared goal during this crisis, to maintain jobs and business continuity; to support health, social well-being and to ensure stability of the Zimbabwe populace. As a result, the Chamber has been engaging membership and stakeholders in tracking and assessing the impact of Covid-19 on Business over a three weeks period.
The Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC) in partnership with Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa Business Council (CBC) is taking strides in trying to promote intra-trade for Small Market Enterprises (SMEs) within the COMESA region.
The two organisations are also supporting and promoting competitive and interconnected industries to actively participate as well as stimulating efficient and sustainable local supply chains systems.
As part of its business advocacy and lobbying mandates the ZNCC on the 30th of August held a meeting with ZIMRA to discuss tax and fiscal issues affecting businesses. Some of the key challenges that were highlighted are:-
The Chamber presented and submitted its 2019 National Budget input to the Parliament Portfolio Committee on Industry and Commerce on 25 October 2018. Issues affecting business were presented to the Portfolio Committee and these include Boarder Management Systems-
The ZNCC team recently met up with Vice President K. Mohadi and his team where the ZNCC shared with the V.P the structure of the Chamber, how it operates, composition of membership and what role ZNCC plays in the business sector. The Chamber guaranteed support to the
ZNCC attended the Business Networking reception that was held on Wednesday 17 October 2018, following a visit by the Australia Africa Council. The reception was hosted by Australian Ambassador to Zimbabwe H. E Bronte Moules. The seminar provided an opportunity
The Chamber hosted His Excellency Beka Dvali – Georgia Ambassador to Zimbabwe on 23 October 2018. The visit by the Ambassador was meant to unlock investment opportunities in Zimbabwe and to facilitate Joint Venture opportunities given that Georgia is focusing on opening
The Chambers Awards season is nigh, and all regions have opened up Nominations for Regional Awards!!! The nomination process is as follows. Nomination forms are sent to the general business public. These forms are to be filled in and returned to the ZNCC offices. After the submission date deadline