ZIDA Announces A New CEO, Replacing Douglas Munatsi

The Zimbabwe Investment Development Agency (ZIDA) has announced Tafadzwa Chinamo as its new chief executive officer, effective November 1, 2022, according to The Anchor.

Chinamo who is replacing the late Douglas Munatsi, who died in a mysterious fire accident last year, was previously the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Securities and Exchange Commission of Zimbabwe until January this year.

ZIDA also announced the appointment of Silibaziso Chizwina as Chief Development Officer and Kudakwashe Nyashanu as the chief human resources officer.

Dudu Shinya, who held the CEO position in an acting capacity reverts back to being Chief Finance Officer with added corporate affairs.

ZIDA is key to the country’s economic development agenda. The entity, which falls under the Office of the President and Cabinet (OPC), is responsible for promoting and facilitating both local and foreign investment opportunities in the country.

The organisation focuses on accelerating institutional and regulatory reforms, as well as inculcating a mindset change towards the creation of a conducive investment environment.

Its vision is to transform Zimbabwe into a dynamic national hub for local and global business, investment and innovation.

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