Zimbabwe's official employment figures have exceeded one million – the highest in history – in government interventions by the government of President Emmerson Mnangagwa to rebuild macroeconomic foundations and promote growth and development.
President Mnangagva has set its sights on Zimbabwe to become the highest average income economy by 2030.
In an interview yesterday, CZI President Sifelani Jabangwe said that production activity has increased activity, and several new companies are coming forward, but some already existing have been rebuilt.
"Things have changed for the better as companies employ a lot of people. We are collecting the final report on employment statistics," he said.
Mr Mufukari, head of the Zimbabwe Employers' Confederacy, added that small and medium-sized businesses have largely added new jobs.
President Emmerson Mnangagwas told The Sunday Mail on a weekly column that statistics from the National Social Security Administration show that there are more than one million registered workers in the workforce.
"This is the highest level of employment in our country, with a high probability of creating more jobs in the future," says the chairman.
"At a recent meeting with the business community, the Confederation of the Zimbabwe Industry Confirmed it, reporting that 800,000 jobs have been created so far."
The head of state and government adds that companies such as Zimasco, Bindura Nickel Corporation, Paramount Garments, Treger Holdings, Tanganda Tea Company and Suzan General Trading have registered an increase in exports.
"In September this year, our export value was $ 3.01 billion, up 18.1% over $ 2.55 billion, which was implemented last January and September."
The mining sector has a leading role, and gold output is already above 24 tonnes last year to reach 30 tonnes.
The government expects the final production of gold to be 34 tonnes by 2018.
President Mnangagwa continues: "Tobacco also made impressive gains. Our auction floors were delivered a record 252.3 million kilograms, exceeding 190 million kilos, delivered in 2017.
"This positive trend shows that we will soon end the cyclical shortage of foreign exchange that currently affects the economy this time until the next tobacco culture."
President Mnangagva explains that the high demand for foreign currency indicates a growing business, as industry, mining and agriculture require more raw materials and raw materials.
The launch of major projects that show the revitalized economic activity include a China-funded project for the expansion of the Hwange power plant and a huge tile manufacturing company near Norton.
However, despite these achievements, the presidential meeting said that the pirates' media and political opposition wanted to draw the country on the ground, thus creating a negative national risk affecting all citizens in the context of international trade and lending.
"To change the situation is mainly our attitude and our whole sense of responsibility towards our country and its prospects," said President Mnangagva.
"It is ultimately our only country, which means that our fate or failure is slowing down and flowing from how well it is perceived in the wider world."