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July 6, 2016

There was a certain irony to events in London yesterday, where an official delegation of the Zimbabwean government, led by Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa was in the British capital to attend a specially organised investment conference. Inside the airy conference ro...

June 30, 2016

Alex T. Magaisa

The ICT Minister, Mr Supa Mandiwanzira, has unwittingly revealed some serious illegality and unconstitutionality which is taking place in government in relation to the management of public funds. He was responding to findings by the Auditor General that...

May 8, 2016

Two legal colleagues, Fadzayi Mahere and Tawanda Nyambirai have provided some persuasive arguments challenging the legality of the Bond Notes the proposed introduction of which the Governor of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe the announced last week. This opinion adds to t...

May 5, 2016

Alex T. Magaisa

I was reading a report of the IMF released today (May 4 2016), following the IMF’s Executive Board meeting during which the case of Zimbabwe was discussed following an Article IV Consultation and Third Review under the Staff Monitored Program (SMP). I wa...

April 29, 2016

Alex T. Magaisa

On 21 September 2015, a Cape Town property at 28 Salisbury Road in the suburb of Kenilworth owned by the Zimbabwean government was auctioned for R3 760 000. The purpose of the court-sanctioned auction was to settle a debt owed by Zimbabwe. The circumstan...

April 13, 2016

Alex T. Magaisa

Last week, I wrote on the ugly feud between two government ministers: Patrick Chinamasa at Finance and Patrick Zhuwao, at the Indigenisation and Empowerment desk http://alexmagaisa.com/zimbabwes-indigenisation-mess/ Zhuwao had given an ultimatum to all f...

April 4, 2016

Alex T. Magaisa

Zimbabwe’s Finance Minister, Patrick Chinamasa is fighting a lone, almost hopeless battle in pursuit of common and economic sense. If it wasn’t considered taboo to quit government in Zimbabwe, he might have thrown in the towel. When one government minist...

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