Zimbabwe is poised for serious growth in the technological sector as the country continues to benefit from its relations with China.
In its congratulatory message to the Chinese Communist Party on its 100th anniversary, the Zanu PF Youth League noted that Zimbabweans “continue to receive top-notch tertiary education at Chinese institutions, facilitating the vital technological and cultural exchange pivotal to our own socio-economic progress in this highly digitised era.”
Acting Zanu PF Deputy Secretary for Youth Affairs, Tendai Chirau said the party joins the President and First Secretary of Zanu PF, H.E. Emmerson Mnangagwa in extending warmest congratulations and best wishes on the occasion.
“We pay homage to the General Secretary of the Communist Party of China and President of the People’s Republic of China, His Excellency Cde Xi Jinping and the progressive people of the Chinese Republic.
“The revolutionary CPC has definitely spearheaded China’s injection of new momentum in shaping the future world order – politically and economically – cementing China’s all-important goal of overcoming poverty, the defining vision and ethos of iconic party founding Chairman Mao Tse Tung,” Chirau said.
He said China and Zimbabwe are old friends, dating back to the days of the liberation struggle.
“China and Zimbabwe have a profound traditional friendship, and we join these centennial celebrations in full cognisance of the dear place Zimbabweans reserve for China as an all-weather friend and strategic partner, who has continued to help us since the days of our liberation struggle against colonial bondage.
“China indeed continues to hold our hand in the post-independence period as we seek to leap-frog decades of stagnation to record significant gains in social, economic and technological development, principally in the fields of education, health and industry.”
The Chinese Communist Party celebrated its 100 th anniversary of the founding of the party on Wednesday.