$500 million Zim Cyber City launched by Zimbabwen President Emmerson Mnangagwa

Despite having one of the world’s highest unemployment and inflation rates, Zimbabwe and it’s investors are going ahead to build the futuristic Cybercity which is projected to anchor what authorities view as the new capital city or the New Harare in the Mount Hampden area, 26 kilometers northwest of Harare.

The futuristic Cybercity is projected to have Lavish villas, luxury townhouses, high-tech offices, landscaped gardens, and a 15-storey commercial tower.

Estimated at $500 million, Zimbabwe Cyber City is being developed by United Arab Emirates-based industrial conglomerate Mulk International.

Once complete, the new city is set to provide relief for shoppers and businesses, away from Harare’s crowded CBD.

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