The New Limpopo Bridge Fund understated its revenue for 2014 by a staggering R21.6 million which was collected between November and December 2014, Parliament heard this week.
Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa yesterday told Members of Parliament that the National Assembly was too big, and that the costs of maintaining it were too high.
Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa yesterday admitted that the government’s Command Agriculture project may have its shortcomings but it had exceeded government expectations.
Zimbabwe’s largest media group, Zimpapers, says that it has budgeted capital expenditure of $3.8 million for 2017 and has so far spent $750 000 on equipment and property development.
The Ministry of Transport could not account for more than $2 million it was given by the Zimbabwe National Roads Authority in 2014 and has been given until 31 August to reconcile its books.
Zimbabwe’s use of cash for transactions has dropped by 76 percent to 20 percent, with plastic money and mobile money usage on the rise as the acute dollar shortage persists, an official said today.