President Mnangagwa in Mozambique
President Emmerson Mnangagwa arrived in Maputo, Mozambique on Tuesday to attend the 12th U.S-Africa Business Summit, a platform for engagements between the American
private sector and African governments.
President Mnangagwa, who is among the key speakers at the summit, is leading a high powered delegation which includes Finance and Economic Development Minister professor Mthuli Ncube, Transport and Infrastructural Development Minister Joel Biggie Matiza and Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister Lieutenant General Sibusiso
The summit, running from June 18 to 21, is organised by the Corporate Council on Africa (CCA), a leading U.S. business association focused solely on connecting business interests between the United States and Africa.
Other Heads of State attending the business conference include Rwandan leader Paul Kagame, Namibian leader Hage Geingob, King Mswati of the Kingdom of Eswatini among others.
The Summit is bringing together more than 1 000 U.S. and African private sector executives, international investors, senior government officials and multilateral stakeholders.
The U.S.-Africa Business Summit serves as a platform for engagement in key sectors including agribusiness, energy, health, infrastructure, trade facilitation, ICT and finance.