Yes it exits & is alive & well with some game changing developments around it are at the tail-end of the pipeline!
The question by the Twitter user is likely emanating from the fact that ZimAsset has failed to deliver the two million jobs that were promised during the 2013 elections.
In June 2015 in an interview with the government owned Chronicle newspaper Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa admitted that financing was important for sustainable development which is one of ZimAsset's objectives,
As you may all be aware, the Zim-Asset framework covers a number of issues across well defined clusters. We need reliable infrastructure and a strong production base in order to achieve sustainable development.
To read more on the ZimAsset document click here
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