Zimbabwe received in August 2021, an allocation of Special Drawing Rights(SDRs) amounting to SDR677.4 million (US$958 million) from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) under the General Allocation of US$650 billion. 

Please click the link below for information on how the SDRs will be utised by Government:

http://www.zimtreasury.gov.zw/index.php?option=com_phocadownload&view=category&download=441:zimbabwe-special-drawing-rights-utilisation-plan&id=55:2020-infrastructure-development-programme&Itemid=759

 

The Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Hon. Prof. Mthuli Ncube tabled in Parliament of Zimbabwe on the 25th of November 2021, the Statement on Public Debt 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

• The Public Debt Management Act Section 36(3)- “The Minister shall at the same time as the estimates of revenue and expenditures are laid before National Assembly, table in Parliament a comprehensive statement of the public debt”.

Please click the link below to access the Statement for more details:

http://www.zimtreasury.gov.zw/index.php?option=com_phocadownload&view=category&download=435:statement-of-public-debt-nov-2021&id=63:debt-management&Itemid=759

 

The Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Hon. Prof. Mthuli Ncube will this afternoon,(25 November 2021) at 1400hrs present the 2022 National Budget Statement to Parliament. Please follow proceedings on our official Twitter handle @ZimTreasury.

Please find below the link for the Presentation to Parliament for your information.http://www.zimtreasury.gov.zw/index.php?option=com_phocadownload&view=category&download=437:2022-national-budget-speech&id=67:2022-budget&Itemid=793

http://www.zimtreasury.gov.zw/index.php?option=com_phocadownload&view=category&download=433:2022-national-budget-presentation&id=67:2022-budget&Itemid=793

 

The Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Hon. Mthuli Ncube delivered the Presentation (see link below)  at the Pre-Budget Seminar recently organised by the Parliament of Zimbabwe in Victoria Falls. The presentation was focused on the following:

  • Updating on the performance of the 2021 National Budget;
  • Interrogation of the 2022 Revenue and Expenditure Targets, Fiscal Framework, Economic Outlook; and
  • Key Budget Assumptions.

http://www.zimtreasury.gov.zw/index.php?option=com_phocadownload&view=category&download=432:hon-minister-of-finance-presentation-to-parliament-2022-pre-budget-seminar-22-october-2021&id=67:2022-budget&Itemid=793

 

Government compliments efforts by the Central Bank in its efforts to curb illegal activities around foreign currency. To buttress the work by the RBZ, Treasury is adding measures as outlined in the Public Advisory Note in the link below:

http://www.zimtreasury.gov.zw/index.php?option=com_phocadownload&view=category&download=430:public-advisory-note-on-illegal-forex-dealing-measures&id=55:2020-infrastructure-development-programme&Itemid=759