Zim set for robust economic growth in the next two years buoyed by bold economic reforms

Zimbabwe’s Finance minister Mthuli Ncube sees the country’s economy growing rapidly in the bext two years underpinned by economic reforms being instituted by President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government.
This comes after the launch of his economic reform agenda earlier today in Harare.
Ncube said government would have to institute some painful reforms to right size the economy and get it going again.
“Today I lauched the Transitional Stabilisation Programme (TSB), an economic reform agenda to build a Prosperous & Empowered Upper Middle Income Zimbabwe by 2030.
The Transitional Stabilisation Programme will focus on Stabilising the macro-economy, and the financial sector, Introducing necessary policy, and institutional reforms, to transform to a private sector led economy, Addressing infrastructure gaps, Launching quick-wins to stimulate growth,” he said.
“I am projecting a strong economic growth rate for Zimbabwe within the next two years, underpinned by a broad range of policy measures under the Transitional Stabilisation Programme (TSB).”
Under the Transitional Stabilisation Programme, he will push reforms within the civil service which will see costs being contained and tackling the unsustainable public sector wage bill, currently consuming 90% of government revenue.