Zimbabwe was once considered the "breadbasket" of Africa and was a country flush with agricultural and mineral wealth.
On November 21st, 2017, after 37 years of rule, regime change occurred.
The country has been starved for capital on all fronts and is now poised for significant growth specifically in the mining and agricultural sectors.
Notre Dame Capital is working with an active team on the ground and is currently analyzing investment opportunities in gold, nickel, lithium, cobalt, graphite and hemp on the agricultural side.
For further information on our activities in Zimbabwe, please contact our managing partner Mr. Richard Groome directly: