Government & Other Institutions

Children suffer more from exposure to disasters including physical and psychological effects, and disruption in their schooling. Cyclone Idai has caused significant damage to water and sanitation infrastructure impeding access to safe water.

The Government of Zimbabwe requires a total of USD 3,2bn with effect from February 2019 to March 2020.

Natural resources governance is deeply a theological issue. It has to do with four theological dimensions, stewardship, human dignity, justice and peace.

This household care burden survey commissioned by the Zimbabwe Council of Churches (ZCC) intends to collect quarterly household data on household incomes, expenditures and expenditure patterns, livelihoods options, copying strategies and gender disparities, among others.

MISA Zimbabwe is concerned with the increase in cases involving attempts by government officials within the southern African region to curb legitimate media investigations. 

The Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) remains the country’s leading trade and investment multi-sectoral exhibition whose impact and influence are unmatched south of the Sahara.

MISA Zimbabwe joins the world in commemorating World Radio Day. This day is celebrated annually on the 13th of February and this year’s commemorations are being held under the theme: Dialogue, Tolerance and Peace.

The Zimbabwe Council of Churches prayerfully presents the Household Care Burden Survey (HCBS) for the nation’s consideration. It is the Church’s hope that the Report will inform evidence-based policy debate and collective efforts to reduce the care burden on struggling households.

The Zimbabwe National Council for the Welfare of Children (ZNCWC) on behalf of the Child Rights Coalition in Zimbabwe is deeply concerned with reports and evidence on the arrest and detention of children accused of public violence.
Zimbabwe has twin problems which are trade imbalances (trade deficits) and fiscal imbalances (budget deficits). Shortage of FOREX and cash are not the problem but simply symptoms of the underlying and unsustainable deficits and imbalances over decades.
High Court judge Justice Owen Tagu on 21 January 2019 ruled that the Minister of State in the President’s Office Responsible for National Security does not have the authority to issue any directives in terms of the Interception of Communications Act.
Introduction The 2019 National Budget was presented against a very tight fiscal space and the launch of the Transitional Stabilisation Programme (October 2018-December 2020), and the broader Vision 2030 which is premised on promoting private sector growth and attainment of middle income status.


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