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This Bill was published in a Government Gazette dated 5th October 2018.

Note that it replaces the Bill of the same name published in March.

Parliament has invited comments on the Bill.  Comments should be to the following e-mail addresses:  or Alternatively, written submission can be sent to: Parliament of Zimbabwe, Corner Third Street and Kwame Nkrumah, PO Box CY 298, Causeway, Harare.

Finance (2018) Bill

This Bill will amend the Finance Act [chapter 23:04], the Income Tax Act [Chapter 23:12], the value Added Tax Act [chapter 23:12], the Customs and Excise Act [chapter 23:02] and the Revenue Authority Act [chapter 23:11].

Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No. 1) - H.B. 1-2017

The following Constitutional Bill is published with this Gazette Extraordinary in terms of section 328(b) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe-
Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No. 1) Bill, 2017 (H.B. 1, 2017).
This general notice nullifies General Notice 434 of 2016, which was published in the Extraordinary Gazette on 23rd December, 2016.

Note by Veritas: This Constitutional Bill was published on 3 January 2017.

Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Amendment Bill, 2016 - HB 12-2016

This Bill will amend the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Act [Chapter 22: 15] (No. 5 of 1999) to enable the Reserve Bank, with the leave of the Minister responsible for finance to issue "bond notes" exchangeable at par value with the United States dollar, on the same basis that it previously issued bond coins.
At the same time, the oppottunity is taken to validate the issuance of bond coins currently in circulation, "for the avoidance of doubt".
In more detail the individual clauses of the Bill provide as follows:

Public Procurement Bill & Disposal of Public Assets - H.B. 5, 2016

Public procurement is the procedure through which public bodies such as government ministries, parastatals and local authorities acquire goods and services and construct or acquire buildings and other infrastructure. It usually entails tendering, calling for bids from suppliers and accepting the most favourable bid. In Zimbabwe public procurement is govemcd by the Procurement Act [Chapter 22:14] under which a body called the State Procurement Board conducts procurement on behalf of government entities.

National Competitiveness Bill, 2016


To provide for the establishment of the National Competitiveness Commission and to provide for its functions and management; to enable a competitive environment for Zimbabwean businesses through the development, coordination and implementation of key policy irnprovements; to repeal the National Incomes and Pricing Act [Chapter 14:32]; and to provide for matters connected with or incidental to the foregoing.


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