Statement

COMMISSIONS WATCH 17 November 2023 - ZHRC Statement on the Political Violence and Human Rights Violations in the Country

Yesterday, the 16th of November 2023, the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) released a statement on the political and human rights violations in the country. This statement has been issued on the heels of numerous reports of violence from the public and the media  as well as the Zimbabwe Republic Police. 

Statement of Public Debt 24 November 2022

This Statement of Zimbabwe’s Public Debt Position as at end September 2022, is prepared in line with the following:
• The Constitution of Zimbabwe Section 300 (4) (b)- “The Minister responsible for Finance must at the same time as the estimates of revenue and expenditures are laid before the National Assembly, table in Parliament a comprehensive statement of the public debt of Zimbabwe”; and

2023 Citizens' Budget

WHAT IS A CITIZENS’ BUDGET?
It is a simplified summary of the National Budget that explains how the Government plans to raise money to pay for its activities and how it plans to allocate these resources to achieve the national development goals.
WHY DO WE PUBLISH A CITIZENS’ BUDGET?

2023 NATIONAL BUDGET STATEMENT

INTRODUCTION


1. The year 2023 marks the mid-point in the implementation of the transformative and inclusive development agenda under the National Development Strategy 1 (NDS1), allowing the Nation to assess progress made to date and recognise successes, identify challenges and plug any gaps encountered.

Budget Portfolio Committee Report: 2022 Mid-Term Budget Review and Supplementary Budget

The document downloadable below is the Report of the Portfolio Committee on Budget, Finance and Economic Development on the 2022 Mid-Term Fiscal Policy Review Statement and Supplementary Budget.  The report was presented in the National Assembly on Tuesday 16th August 2022 by Hon Dr Nyashanu MP, chairperson of the Portfolio Committee.

Veritas Statement on International Day Against Torture

VERITAS STATEMENT ON

INTERNATIONAL DAY IN SUPPORT OF VICTIMS OF TORTURE

[26th  June 2022]

June 26th has been declared as the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture by the United Nations General Assembly.  This day was institutionalised in the hope that there will be a world free from torture or other cruel, degrading and inhuman treatment inflicted on our fellow human beings.

Torture

2021 NATIONAL BUDGET STATEMENT

INTRODUCTION
1. In 2018, Zimbabweans made a strong commitment to rebuild the economy, with a Vision of attaining an “Empowered and Prosperous Upper Middle-Income Society by 2030”. The ardent pursuit of this transformative and inclusive development agenda began in earnest with the successful implementation of the Transitional Stabilisation Programme: October 2018–December 2020.
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