The Government of Zimbabwe and the African Development Bank (AfDB), on Friday 11 June 2021 signed a USD1.8 million ZimFund grant which will go towards the procurement of materials for the rehabilitation, repair, maintenance and improvements of sewerage systems infrastructure in Chitungwiza municipality.
Cabinet yesterday resolved to set up a Government Employees Mutual Savings Fund with effect from March 2020 wherein Government would provide $100 million as seed for the fund among other proposals to improve the welfare of its employees. The fund will be supported through the deduction of 2.5% of total remuneration from every civil servant.
Financial Advisors are hereby invited to submit Express of Interest (EOI) for the provision of Financial Advisory Services to raise funds, to be utilized to pay the Global Compensation Amount to Former Farm Owners (FFO), as per the Global Compensation Deed signed on 29 July 2020, under which the Former FFO will be compensated in accordance with Sections 72 and 295 of Zimbabwe’s Constitution.
Interested consulting firms should provide information demonstrating that they have the required experience, competences, skills, and qualifications relevant for performance of the services whether as individual firms, joint ventures or as consortia.
The minimum criteria for short-listing of consulting firms shall be:
The following should be submitted:
The evaluation criteria, drawing up of the short-list and selection procedure shall be in accordance with Zimbabwe’s Public Procurement and Disposal of Assets Act [Chapter 22:23].
Interested Financial Advisors can obtain the detailed Information Memorandum from the address below during office hours. Three (3) sealed copies of the EOI in the English language, clearly marked with the advertised EOI reference number must be delivered to the address and or via e-mails indicated below by 22 October 2020, no later than10:00 hours CAT. Late EOI will be rejected.
The Ministry of Finance and Economic Development is not bound to accept any EOI and accepts no liability for any direct and indirect costs arising out of or in connection with the preparation and submission of any EOI.
Documents must be submitted for the attention of:
The Procurement Management Unit
Ministry of Finance and Economic Development
3rd Floor, Room 418 Block E
Mgandane Dlodlo Building
Cnr S. Machel Ave/S.V Muzenda St
Telephone + 263 242 794579 Extension 1031
The Transitional Stabilisation Programme (TSP) launched on 5 October 2018, marked the commencement of a development journey towards attainment of the country’s Vision 2030, is coming to an end in December 2020.