HARARE, December 8 (The Source) – Patrick Chinamasa virtually sang and danced through his budget speech like a newly freed slave on Thursday.
By Professor Anthony Hawkins, HARARE, December 8 (The Source) – 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.
HARARE, December 7 (The Source) – Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa on Thursday presented the first budget under the presidency of Emmerson Mnangagwa, seen as key to Zimbabwe’s economic recovery by restricting thresholds of the controversial Indigenisation Act to platinum and diamonds while re-engaging foreign debtors… Read More
HARARE, December 7 (The Source) – Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa on Thursday presented the country’s 2018 budget which focused on cutting government spending. We give you the highlights.
HARARE, December 7 (The Source) – Mineral export receipts are projected to grow 8,7 percent to $2,5 billion next year from $2,3 billion in 2017 driven by the anticipated output growth and modest recovery in international mineral prices.
HARARE, December 7 (The Source) – Some reactions to the 2018 National Budget, which was presented by Finance Minister, Patrick Chinamasa on Thursday.
HARARE, December 7 (The Source) – Finance minister, Patrick Chinamasa on Thursday presented the 2018 National Budget in Parliament. Here are some key allocations.