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RBZ Monetary Policy Statement July 2014

August 26, 2014


Dr J.P. Mangudya, the Reserve Bank Governor, delivered the Monetary Policy Statement on 25 August 2014. The document is entitled BACK TO BASICS: Setting the tone for Zimbabwe’s Economic Recovery   Please download the document – Monetary Policy Statement 25 August 2014 Advertisements

RBZ Monetary Policy Statement January 2014

January 29, 2014


Dr Charity Dhliwayo, co-acting as the Reserve Bank Governor, delivered the Monetary Policy Statement January 2014. Please download the document – RBZ Monetary Policy Statement Jan 2014

2013 Zimbabwe National Budget Statement

November 19, 2012


According to some news reports prior to the announcement on the 15 November 2012, the 2013 National Budget was designed to be ‘demand focused’. For the 2013 Strategy Paper – please click 2013+Budget+Strategy+Paper For the 2013 2013 Zimbabwe National Budget Statement – please click 2013 Zimbabwe National Budget Final The major highlights: – Zimbabwe GDP in 2012 […]

Africa Straight Up – Official Film

October 15, 2012


I recommend that you 1) watch this video 2) share it and mostly importantly 3) share your African story using all the various tools available to you. We desperately need to create our own narrative. Let us tell the African story instead of waiting for others to do it for us.

Improved macroeconomic policies across Africa

December 7, 2010


This is an interesting perspective on Africa as an investment destination and the interviewee suggests a few reasons why Africa is experiencing higher capital inflows.     Improved macroeconomic policies across Africa , posted with vodpod   

Why Africa needs to attract investors

October 24, 2010


   Why Africa needs to attract investors, posted with vodpod    Interesting 

Can Africa trade with Africa? – by Obiageli Ezekwesili

October 17, 2010


I chaired a very lively seminar on Friday afternoon that focused on the question, “Can Africa Trade with Africa?”  The answer was a resounding yes.  Today, there is strong consensus among African leaders that regional integration is indispensable to unlock economies of scale and sharpen competitiveness. And promoting intra-African trade has emerged as a top […]