AAG complements government empowerment programmes

Black economic empowerment lobby outfit Affirmative Action Group (AAG) is complementing government efforts to empower locals in the mining sector.

A mining partnership between two local companies, Munyukwa Chibanda Mining Syndicate and Firefly Leisure Company has seen several youths in in Domboshava benefit through employment.

The mining firms are convinced the enabling operating environment created by government is ideal for youth empowerment.

Affirmative Action Group (AAG) Mashonaland East Representative, Cde Lincon Matare, who is also the ZANU PF youth political commissar in province, urged youths to unite in protecting the country’s mineral resources.

Traditional leaders applauded President Mnangagwa for prioritising black economic empowerment and development in various communities around the country.

AAG National Vice President Operations Honourable Munyaradzi Kashambe commended the mining syndicate for following Covid-19 regulations in their operations.

“We want the national leadership to find everything about your operations in place when they visit this place,” said AAG National Deputy President, Honourable Munyaradzi Kashambe. 

The second republic is targeting to achieve an upper middle income economy by 2030 through various programmes among them, economic empowerment of youths and development of communities through devolution.