AGILITEE Africa, a South African electric vehicles (EVs) manufacturer says it will officially launch its products in Zimbabwe on June 18 and aims to create over 1 000 jobs in the country.

On Friday, Agilitee officially launched a range of new vehicles in Sandton soon after listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange on the same day.

The company, which has appointed former Energy and Power Development Minister Advocate Fortune Chasi as its chairperson, has identified Zimbabwe as one of its prime markets, owing to Government’s  green-tech friendly policies.

Speaking at the glitzy launch ceremony, Agilitee Africa chief executive Dr Mandla Lamba said after the launch in Sandton, Zimbabwe was the next port of call.

“We have made history as the first African company of this nature to list on the JSE. We have launched here in Johannesburg and after that we will be launching in Zimbabwe on the 18th of June. Before the end of the year, we want to establish ourselves in all the countries in Africa. Agilitee has also been approached in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada and Pakistan.

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