Kadoma Hospital receives USD 2.5 mn for renovation
He also assured the corporate world to ensure they affect and transform the lives of the people.
President Mnangagwa yesterday started a Zimplats-renovated Kadoma General Hospital, side by side with new appliances bought by the platinum mining giant, both at a cost of USD 2.5 million.
The President stated that Zimbabweans all walks of life should contribute to the sight of making Zimbabwe a middle-income economy by 2030.
President also said that "We need a new Zimbabwe. A new dawn has come. Let us all be on this bandwagon and each, individually and collectively, to this vision for 2030 when this country must become a middle class with a capital growth of above USD 3,500. It is achievable."
He also assured the corporate world to ensure they affect and transform the lives of the people. He appreciated Zimplats for paying attention to Government's call for the corporate sector to be active players in the modernization and industrialization agenda.
The renovation saw the restoration of bathing and water reticulation, fabrication and equipping of new laundry facilities, replacement of kitchen equipment and resuscitation of the hospital sterilization system.
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