Mnangagwa Convenes Meeting With His Advisory Team

THE 26-member Presidential Advisory Council set by President Mnangagwa recently is having its inaugural meeting with the President at State House on Thursday.

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Cabinet ministers and their permanent secretaries are also expected to attend the meeting.

The advisory council comprises experts and leaders drawn from diverse sectors like business, health and social protection, agriculture, governance and human rights, faith-based organisations, tourism, education, minorities, ICT, civil society, communication and media management.

Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet Dr Misheck Sibanda confirmed the meeting in a statement on Tuesday.

“You are hereby invited to attend His Excellency President E.D Mnangagwa’s inaugural briefing session for members of the newly established Presidential Advisory Council at State House on Thursday 7th March 2019, at 0930 hours,” said Dr Sibanda.

“Ministers should be accompanied by their permanent secretaries. Your usual cooperation is greatly appreciated.”

In his speech on the inception of the PAC, Dr Sibanda said the council would act as the President’s “sounding board” on key economic reforms, issues and initiatives.

Services of PAC members is voluntary and they serve at the pleasure of the President.

The advisory council is mandated with organising interactions between the President, local and international businesses.

From time-to-time, the advisory council should help with a comprehensive situational analysis on the state of the economy and investment climate in the country.

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