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Zim economic recovery hinges on budget review

Economic stakeholders are eager for measures to address these issues, as the country's economic recovery depends on them.

Zim bankers slam money transfer tax

In a document submitted to Finance minister Mthuli Ncube this week, sharing bankers’ expectations for the 2024 mid-term budget review, BAZ called for the tax to be reduced.

Zim introduces guide to manage fiscal grants

Since 2019, the government has sought to operationalise the provision of 5% of its revenues to its lower tiers in line with the Constitutional provision for devolution.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Jul. 11, 2024

Drought: Govt reluctant to give cash transfers

Information minister Jenfan Muswere said the first three-month distribution blitz, which started in May this year, was coming to an end this month.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Jul. 10, 2024

Civil servants long for GNU days. . . as govt workers face new realities

There was a time, Dube reminisces, when a civil servant’s salary meant something.
By Evans Mathanda Jul. 6, 2024

ESG analysis of govt-issued bonds

The ESG analysts endeavor to determine the GoZ’s ability and willingness to pay the periodic interest and the bond value at maturity.
By Percy Jinga Jun. 21, 2024

Ncube courts UK investors for food security support

The minister said growth in the agricultural sector was two to four times more effective in raising incomes among the less-developed economies.
By Tatira Zwinoira Jun. 12, 2024

Thawing Zim, EU relations set to spur exports to US$1bn: WB

The report noted that Zimbabwe wanted steep reductions in debt values from creditors, as part of efforts to reorganise arrears that are a weight on the economy.
By Tatira Zwinoira Jun. 7, 2024

Former farm owners agree to receive 1% of US$35m compensation

“Government allocated US$35 million for the Global Compensation Deed (GCD) in the 2024 national budget.
By Melody Chikono Jun. 2, 2024