Harare | The ambitious Zim Cyber metropolis project in Zimbabwe is making waves as it attempts to transform Mount Hampden in western Harare into Africa’s first smart metropolis.
International cricket players, local pension funds, and the Zimbabwean diaspora have all expressed interest in the project.
Sikandar Raza, the well-known cricketer, has become the first resident in Zim Cyber City after purchasing a beautiful apartment. Raza expressed his delight to be a part of this innovative effort, which promises to reshape Zimbabwe’s future, when asked about his decision.
He emphasized that Zim Cyber City is about establishing a lively and inventive community in the country, not merely luxury living.
Raza feels that the initiative has the ability to raise Zimbabwe’s status and draw international attention. He sees Zim Cyber City as a sign of progress and boundless potential for the nation’s technical and economic development.
He is excited to see the city evolve and expand in the next years, stressing his commitment to create history and bringing wealth to Zimbabwe.
The innovative project, supported by Mulk Holdings and led by Mr. Nawab Shaji Ul Mulk, is making great progress towards completion. The formal start of property sales was a watershed event, as it revealed plans for the first phase, which includes the building of 50 villa units out of a total of 233. The first phase is projected to be finished within 18 to 24 months.
Zim Cyber City, as part of the Special Economic Zone programme, indicates the government’s commitment to long-term prosperity and attracting investment. It will speed approval for blockchain and digital asset licences, bank accounts, and high-end residential living for community inhabitants and companies. To ensure utmost security, modern surveillance technology is linked to local law enforcement agencies.
Sikandar Raza’s acquisition of an apartment in Zim Cyber City demonstrates the project’s importance and the widespread interest it has received from a wide range of investors and significant personalities.
Beyond its economic contributions, the project aims to enhance Zimbabwe’s aesthetic appeal and overall allure. With a projected completion timeline of four years, Zim Cyber City is set to become a fully functional society with shopping malls, towering structures, and water features, shaping the future of the nation.
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