Zimbabwe's Budget - More Good Intentions Than Concrete Measures?
If all goes according to plan, Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa's 2018 Budget will be remembered chiefly for its promised repeal of the Indigenisation Act, except for the diamond and platinum industries, writes Professor Anthony Hawkins for The Source.
Zimbabwe Standard, 10 December 2017
Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa has been critisised for failing to prioritise the funding of health in the 2018 budget as the Health and Child Care ministry's vote was dwarfed… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Sport Hail 2018 Budget Statement
The Herald, 10 December 2017
Government's move to revive sport industry through fiscal support for infrastructure development has been hailed across the board with new Minister of Sport, Arts and Recreation,… Read more »
New Zimbabwe, 9 December 2017
Devolution activists from Matabeleland have reacted angrily to calls for the scraping of the constitutional provision by President Emmerson Mnangagwa's government. Read more »
Zimbabwe: U.S.$29 Million for New Curriculum
The Herald, 9 December 2017
Government will spend $29 million equipping teachers and schools countrywide for the smooth implementation of the new curriculum, Primary and Secondary Education Minister Professor… Read more »
New Zimbabwe, 8 December 2017
Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa's budget has been dismissed by the MDC Alliance which says the proposal does not fully address fundamental reforms being advocated for by the… Read more »
The Source, 8 December 2017
If all goes according to plan, finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa's 2018 budget will be remembered chiefly for its promised repeal of the Indigenisation Act, except for the diamond… Read more »
The Source, 7 December 2017
Some reactions to the 2018 National Budget, which was presented by Finance Minister, Patrick Chinamasa on Thursday. Read more »
Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa presented Zimbabwe's 2018 Budget.