Public Finance Management Act Updated as at 31 October 2016

The Public Finance Management Act is an Act  to provide for the control and management of public resources and the protection and recovery thereof; to provide for the appointment, powers and duties of the Accountant-General and of his or her staff; to provide for the national budget; to provide for the preparation of financial statements; to provide for the regulation and control of public entities; and to provide for general treasury matters; to provide for the examination and audit of public accounts; to provide for matters pertaining to financial misconduct of public officials;

Public Debt Management Act [Chapter 22.21] (Act 4 of 2015)

To provide for the management of public debt in Zimbabwe; to establish the Public Debt Management Office on a statutory basis and provide for its functions and administration; to provide for the raising, administration and repayment of loans by the State and for the giving of guarantees in respect of certain loans; to amend the Public Finance Management Act [Chapter 22:19) (No. 11 of 2009) and the Sovereign Wealth Fund of Zimbabwe Act [Chapter 22:20] (No. 7 of 2014); and to provide for matters connected with or incidental to the foregoing.

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