2021 National Budget

  • Markets

    2022 National Budget presentation set for 25 November

    THE 2022 National Budget giving the revenue and expenditure plans for next year will be tabled in Parliament on November 25 and is expected to steer Government programmes under the National Development Strategy 1. Finance and Economic Development Minister Mthuli Ncube said in Harare last night during the annual Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation (ITEC) celebrations that following the 2022…

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  • Science & Tech

    ZW$8 billion to improve ICT infrastructure in 2021

    FINANCE Minister Mthuli Ncube announced that the government has allocated USD 89 million to the ICT sector for next year, with infrastructure improvement a priority. “A total of ZWL$8 billion (US$89 million) will be invested in the sector during 2021, mainly targeting rollout of optic fibre network, digital television services and access to online public services by citizens,” said Ncube…

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  • Business Briefs

    Mthuli Ncube sets aside $123m for pregnant school girls

    TREASURY has set aside $123 million for the provision of psycho-social support for pupils who fall pregnant, in a move that reaffirms Government’s position on the observance of their non-exclusion from school. This was after it was noted that the previous provision that allowed school authorities to expel pregnant pupils was discriminatory to the girl child. Presenting the National Budget…

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