Economic Governance Watch

ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE WATCH 8/2022

[28th November 2022]

ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE WATCH 7/2022

[9th July 2022]

New Economic Measures

ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE WATCH 5/2022

[18th May 2022]

IMF Report on its 2022 Consultation with Zimbabwe :
The Main Points

In our Economic Governance Watch 1/2022 we reported that the International Monetary Fund [IMF] had published its Executive Board’s report on its 2022 Article IV consultation with Zimbabwe.  The report can be accessed on the Veritas website [link].

ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE WATCH 4/2022

[16th May 2022]

Command Economics

On the 7th May the President, flanked by the Minister of Finance and the Governor of the Reserve Bank, announced measures intended to stabilise the economy, reduce inflation and shore up the Zimbabwe dollar.  The President’s announcement can be accessed on the Veritas website [link].

ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE WATCH 3/2022

[20th April 2022]

Zimbabwe loses wetlands as EMA dithers

ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE WATCH 2/2022

[20th April 2022]

Command Agriculture : The Debt Sinkhole

ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE WATCH 1/2022

[25th March 2022]

The IMF Report on 2022 Article IV Consultation with Zimbabwe

Yesterday the International Monetary Fund [IMF] published its Executive Board’s report on its 2022 Article IV consultation with Zimbabwe.  The report outlines the country’s economic and financial performance since 2019 and can be accessed on the Veritas website [link].

ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE WATCH 9/2021

[17th August 2021]

The Auditor-General’s Report on State Enterprises
and Parastatals for 2019

ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE WATCH 8/2021

[11th August 2021]

Auditor-General’s 2019 Report on Local Authorities

The report on the Auditor-General’s audit of financial statements prepared by local authorities for the 2019 financial year was presented to the National Assembly on the 16th June.

ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE WATCH 7/2021

[22nd July 2021]

Questioning of Witnesses by Parliamentary Committees:
No Place to Hide

Are people who have been summoned to give evidence before Parliament or a parliamentary committee entitled to refuse to answer questions put to them?

ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE WATCH 6/2021

[20th July 2021]

Companies to Keep Register of Beneficial Owners

ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE WATCH 5/2021

12th July 2021

The Auditor-General’s Report on Cyclone Idai Donations : A Sorry Tale of Mismanagement

Background

Cyclone Idai and its effects

ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE WATCH  4/2021

3rd June 2021

SI 127 of 2021

ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE WATCH  3/2021

2nd June 2021

Tabling of Auditor-General’s Reports in Parliament

E.G. REPORT ON ZINARA

Introduction

ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE WATCH 2/2021

2nd May 2021

ZINARA Puts Country on the Road to Ruin

ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE WATCH 1/2021

27th January 2021

Mining Industry : Indigenisation Through the Back Door

ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE WATCH 2/2020

27th August 2020

The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission and its Powers

(Part 2: The Nature of Corruption)

Introduction

ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE WATCH

21st July 2020

The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission and its Powers (Part 1)

The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) seems to have extended its activities beyond simply investigating and combating corruption.  For example: