Young entrepreneurs in the country have appealed to government to review laws and policies that govern the business sector.
The call comes amid concerns over high levels of unemployment among the youth.
Executive Director for Center for Free Market Enterprise Peter Khobe observed that some laws that are governing entrepreneurship in the country continue to be a barrier to most youths who would like to venture into businesses.
“There are some measures and policies which are limiting the success of entrepreneurship in the country,” said Khobe.
“We ask the government to create a propriety environment for trade,” added Khobe.