Consolidated Financial Statements

GOVERNMENT OF ZIMBABWE CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF THE CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND for the period ended 31 August 2019

ACCOUNTANT GENERAL’S REVIEW
 
Mandate
 
Section 38 of the Public Finance Management Act [Chapter 22:19] requires Treasury to publish consolidated financial reports in the Gazette within thirty days after the end of each month.
 

Consolidated Statement of Financial Performance of the Consolidated Revenue Fund

The Consolidated Statement of Financial Performance (CSFP) is prepared on the going concern basis. The Consolidated Statement has been based upon accounting policies, which have been consistently applied.
The Consolidated Statement of Financial Performance on pages 6 to 15 has been approved by the Secretary and Paymaster General, and the Accountant General
 
 
Gazetted 6th October 2017

Government Financial Statements for year 2016

Mandate

Section 38 of the Public Finance Management Act (Chapter 22:19) requires Treasury to publish consolidated financial reports in the Gazette within thirty days after the end of each month.

The mandatory Consolidated Statement of Financial Performance (CSFP) for government for the year ended 31 December 2016 as required by section 38 of the Public Finance Management Act is hereby presented.

Consolidated Statement of Financial Performance of the Consolidated Revenue Fund - Nov 2016

The financial statements have been prepared in accordance with the following policies, which have been applied consistently in all material aspects, unless otherwise indicated. However where appropriate and meaningful, additional information has been disclosed to enhance the usefulness of the financial statements and to comply with the statutory  requirements of the Public Finance Management Act (Chapter 22:19).

Consolidated Statement of Financial Performance of the Consolidated Revenue Fund - Oct 2016

The Consolidated Statement of Financial Performance (CSFP) is prepared on the going concern basis. The Consolidated Statement has been based upon accounting policies, which have been consistently applied. The Consolidated Statement of Financial Performance on pages 6 to 15 has been approved by the Secretary and Paymaster General, and the Accountant Genenal.