HARARE, November 9 (The Source) – Zimbabwe’s budget deficit will grow to $1,82 billion this year, from the initial projection of $400 million on runaway government expenditure, finance minister Ignatius Chombo said on Thursday.
HARARE, October 25 (The Source) – About 38 of Zimbabwe’s state-owned enterprises and parastatals ran cumulative losses of $270 million last year alone, an official said on Wednesday, indicating weak corporate governance and a deep-seated rot in public enterprises.
HARARE, October 10 (The Source) – President Robert Mugabe on Monday made changes to his cabinet replacing Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa with Home Affairs Minister Ignatius Chombo.
HARARE, October 10 (The Source) – President Mugabe has always hated it when Finance Ministers had minds of their own. In Ignatius Chombo, Mugabe has his yes-man.
HARARE, October 9 (The Source) – Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe has replaced Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa with Home Affairs Minister Ignatius Chombo in a cabinet reshuffle, the government said in a statement late on Monday. Mugabe also moved Tourism minister Walter Mzembi to Foreign Affairs… Read More
HARARE, September 25 (The Source) – Dear Minister Ignatius Chombo, We see you have been trying to scare the economy back into shape. Stop. It never works.
HARARE, June 6 (The Source) – New moves to investigate the airport road deal would reopen one of the most sordid recent chapters in the country’s long history of greed and impunity. The Zimbabwe’s Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) and the Auditor General’s office have separately called… Read More
HARARE, May 30 (The Source) – When Home Affairs Minister Ignatius Chombo condemned corruption last week, laughter echoed across the country. It is easy to understand why. With his vast property wealth, laid bare in a messy divorce case in 2011, Chombo has become something… Read More
HARARE, June 2 (The Source) – A vendor representative union on Tuesday vowed informal traders would not vacate street pavements across Zimbabwe’s towns and cities until municipalities offer them alternative vending sites, defying a 7-day government ultimatum and setting up potential clashes with law enforcement… Read More
HARARE, July 1 (The Source) – Investigations into allegations of abuse of part of the $144 million loan sourced from China to rehabilitate water infrastructure has been completed by a team of consultants, Harare City Council mayor Bernard Manyenyeni said on Tuesday. In May, Manyenyeni… Read More