Patrick Chinamasa

 
Can an old croc learn new tricks?
Can an old croc learn new tricks?
For those hoping that Zimbabwe’s new president would represent a decisive break with the past, Emmerson Mnangagwa’s first official proclamations are not encouraging. ...
Zimbabwe suffers an elite transition while economic meltdown looms
Zimbabwe suffers an elite transition while economic meltdown looms
In Zimbabwe’s cities and towns, hundreds of thousands of citizens
A letter from a Zimbabwean about (dis)Grace
A letter from a Zimbabwean about (dis)Grace
Landing in Johannesburg on a late Tuesday afternoon, I was welcomed to OR Tambo International Airport by the embarrassing news that First...
Zim govt 'sells out' to China
Zim govt 'sells out' to China
Desperate for funding from the Chinese government, Zimbabwe is planning to sideline the State Procurement Board and award government...
Zim govt says it won't seize foreign investment capital
Zim govt says it won't seize foreign investment capital
Zimbabwe will not take any foreign investment capital as part of its controversial indigenisation policy, Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa said...
Zim: Drowning in debt
Zim: Drowning in debt
Late last month, Zimbabwe's Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa stood in front of hundreds of police officers and apologised.
Zim's new central bank governor faces currency constraint
Zim's new central bank governor faces currency constraint
Zimbabwe’s incoming central bank Governor John Panonetsa Mangudya will face a restricted role focusing on regulation because the country...
Zim government abandons forceful drive
Zim government abandons forceful drive
The government has retreated from its bellicose indigenisation stance and taken a conciliatory approach as it seeks foreign capital to revive...
Zim diaspora rejects olive-branch bonds
Zim diaspora rejects olive-branch bonds
Zimbabwe's close to three million diaspora population is likely to give a cold shoulder to plans by the country's finance minister to float...
Zimbabwe's 'imaginary' budget
Zimbabwe's 'imaginary' budget
After a month-long delay, Patrick Chinamasa, the finance minister, announced on Thursday a lacklustre $4.02-billion budget, driven by tenets of...
Zim: Chinamasa sees red over budget
Zim: Chinamasa sees red over budget
Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick's surprise announcement that he would not present the budget as expected this month has...

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