About Us - National Competitiveness Commission

About Us

The National Competitiveness Commission (NCC) is a statutory body established by an Act of Parliament called the National Competitiveness Commission Act Chapter 14:36,

No.6/2017 and came into effect on 23 June 2017.

The Commission falls under the purview of the Ministry of Industry and Commerce.

Why Choose Us

As guided by the National Competitiveness Commission Act, the mandate of the Commission is to enable the creation of a competitive environment for Zimbabwean business through development, Coordination and implementation of the key policy improvements.

Domestic Competitiveness Department Mandate

Provide evidence-based analysis of the supply and demand on all sectors of the economy, and recommend interventions for enhanced productivity and competitiveness.

International Competitiveness Department Mandate

Analyse the country’s global competitiveness performance through, engagements and partnerships with international competitiveness institutions.

Research and Policy Analysis Department Mandate

Provide evidence-based research, policy and regulatory analysis to advise on measures to enhance national productivity and global competitiveness.

More than 1 Year
of Experience

We work with ambitious leaders who want their future to be successful and help them achieve extraordinary outcomes.

Core Values

Our renowned coaching programs will allow you to:

  • Diligence
  • Integrity
  • Professionalism
  • Innovativeness
  • Teamwork
  • Ubuntu


To provide evidence-based policy advice and recommendations for creating
and maintaining an enabling environment that enhances industry productivity
and competitiveness of Zimbabwean goods and services in domestic and global


A leading catalyst for improving Zimbabwe’s global competitiveness by 2030.

Our Background

Being a public entity under the Ministry of Industry and Commerce, the NCC focuses on the following priorities.

  • Promote investment and national competitiveness;
  • Promote value addition and beneficiation of agricultural produce and minerals;
  • achieve structural; transformation of the economy;
  • Promote and strengthen value chains;
  • Ease of doing business reforms