Here you will find the progress report on the ease of doing business reforms and it outlines various reform measures across the entire public sector being implemented by the Government of Zimbabwe following the launch of the ZIM Asset.

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The Zim Asset outlines a plan known as the Zimbabwe Agenda for Sustainable Socio-Economic Transformation (Zim Asset): October 2013 - December 2018 that was formulated by the Government of Zimbabwe. The Zim Asset was crafted to achieve sustainable development and social equity anchored on indigenization, empowerment and employment creation which will be largely propelled by the judicious exploitation of the country’s abundant human and natural resources.

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In this document you will find the 2017 budget highlights as crafted by the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development.

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In the Blue book you can find the estimates of expenditures for the financial year of 2017.

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Here you will find the 2017 National Budget Statement.

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The 2016 Mid-Year Fiscal Review Policy Statement

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In the Blue Book you can find the estimates of expenditures for the financial year of 2016.

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On the 26th of November 2015, Hon. Chinamasa, Minister of Finance, presented the 2016 National Budget Statement before Parliament. In the Budget Statement you can read about the Government's priorities for the Financial year of 2016. 

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The 2016 Pre-Budget Strategy Paper (BSP) is meant to facilitate stakeholders’ participation and debate on budgetary and macro-economic policy issues for the forthcoming 2016 National Budget.

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Our Work

1. The Gender, Economic Policies and Public Finance (GEPPF) The GEPPF programme is premised on the need to mainstream gender into local and national...
The GIP is the arm of the organization that manages information dissemination and communications. It is premised on the fact that information is...
ZWRCN established the Eve Zinanga Scholarship fund targeted at young women aiming to enter tertiary institutions. Eve Zinanga is a late founder...

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