PM calls for unity of purpose
HARARE – Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has described the socio-economic and political challenges that the country is currently going through as a passing phase that calls for commitment and creativity among all sectors of the economy.\r\n
In a speech read on his behalf by the Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s office Mr Gorden Moyo, at an Institute of Personnel Management Executive Forum, Prime minister Tsvangirai reiterated that while the inclusive government is under pressure to deliver, there is need for stakeholders both from the private and public sector to come on board and make meaningful contributions if the country is to turnaround the economy.
The Prime Minister told human resource experts at the workshop that the government appreciates the culture of engagement in tackling challenges bedeviling both industry and labour.
Industry and Commerce Deputy Minister Mike Bimha said the global political agreement has set a foundation which calls for not only mutual trust in the inclusive government but for innovativeness among all players.
The Institute of Personnel Management Senior executive forum Workshop attracted human resource experts from various companies to share ideas on how best organizations can engage government in creating a conducive environment for workers.