The conference on sustainable economic transformation, innovation and governance is organised by Midlands State University, Zimbabwe. The purpose of this conference is to bring together researchers from around the globe, to present and discuss issues to do with sustainable development, social and economic development, entrepreneurship, financial innovation, financial inclusion, anti corruption initiatives and governance. The emphasis of the conference will be on premium quality, theoretical as well as applied research on issues relating to contemporary development issues, innovation and business in digital environments and corruption and governance issues as well as other emerging trends in the current operating environment.
The conference will focus (not exclusively) on the following:
Abstracts of between 150-300 words should be submitted by 31 October 2018, to firstname.lastname@example.org
Authors of accepted abstracts will be notified through e-mail by 02 November 2018 and will be requested to submit full papers for presentation at the conference by 14 December 2018. All submissions should use Harvard style of referencing and be sent as an attachment to email@example.com. Deadline for registration is 4 January 2019.
N.B: The conference fee covers conference pack, teas and lunches during conference days. PLEASE note that the conference fee does not cover accommodation, dinner and transport.
Professor Kadmiel Wekwete
Pro Vice Chancellor – Midlands State University
Professor Darelle van Greunen (PhD)
Professor of IT and Director of the Centre for Community Technologies at Nelson Mandela University, South Africa
Professor Jephias Matunhu
Director, Tugwi-Mukosi Research Centre, Midlands State University
Dr Douglas Mboweni
Chief Executive Officer – Econet Wireless Zimbabwe
Professor Jerry Parwada
Professor of Finance at UNSW Business School - University of New South Wales, Sidney Australia
Professor Collins Miruka
North West University, South Africa
Professor Dr. Ravinder RENA
Professor of Economics, NWU School of Business and Governance, North-West University, Mafikeng Campus, South Africa
Antelope Park is Zimbabwe’s Premier Private Wildlife Park located approximately 6km out of Gweru town. Over 20 activities are on offer to guests at Antelope Park and these include game drives, horse rides, bush walks, boat cruises, bird watching and much more.
We propose to participate in Elephant Interaction & Lion Enclosure tour
Residents: $70 per person
Non Residents:USD34 per personDownload Antelope Park Resident and Non-Resident RACK rates
Dr Zachary Tambudzai,
Secretariat Conference Organising Committee Chair
Midlands State University,
P Bag 9055,
Telephone: +263 716 800 126 / +263 778641461