Currency: Zimbabwean dollar (ZWD)

Timezone: Central Africa Time (UTC+2)

Zimbabwe is a landlocked country in Southern Africa. It is bordered by Botswana on the west, Zambia on the north, Mozambique on the east, and South Africa on the south. Zimbabwe was formerly known as Southern Rhodesia (1898), Rhodesia (1964), and Zimbabwe Rhodesia (1979).

On 18 April 1980, Britain formally granted independence to Zimbabwe at a ceremony in Harare, the country’s capital city. The country, which covers a land area of 386,850 square kilometres, has a population of 14.6 million people who are majorly Christians and related to the two major Bantu-speaking groups, the Shona and the Ndebele. Zimbabwe dollar (ZWL) is the official currency of the country. Although Zimbabwe has sixteen official languages, English is widely used in business and the usual language of instruction in school. The service is the main sector of the economy and contributes about 61.3% to the country’s GDP, while the agriculture sector accounts for approximately 66.19% of the total employment. The countries’ main Exports include gold, raw tobacco, ferroalloys, nickel ore, and diamonds.

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The Emergency Powers Act

Ministry of Defence, Zimbabwe

An Act to make exceptional provision for the protection of the community in cases where a declaration in terms of subsection (1), or a resolution in terms of subsection (6), of section 31J of the...

Zimbabwe 1960 Defence and Security

The Customs and Excise Act [Chapter 23:02]

Ministry of Finance, Zimbabwe

An Act to provide for the imposition, collection and management of customs, excise and other duties, the licensing and control of warehouses and of premises for the manufacture of certain goods, the regulating, controlling and...

Zimbabwe 1955 Finance

The Fertilizers, Farm Feeds and Remedies Act

Ministry of Agriculture, Zimbabwe

An Act to provide for the registration of fertilizers, farm feeds, sterilizing plants and certain remedies; to regulate and restrict the importation and sale of fertilizers, farm feeds and certain remedies, and substances of animal...

Zimbabwe 1953 Agriculture and Rural Development

Zimbabwe’s National Climate Change Response Strategy

Ministry of Environment, Water and Climate, Zimbabwe

The National Climate Change Response Strategy provides a framework for a comprehensive and strategic approach on aspects of adaptation, mitigation, technology, financing, public education and awareness. It aims to inform government on how to strengthen...

Zimbabwe Environment and Climate Change

Three Year Macro-Economic Policy and Budget Framework

Ministry of Finance, Zimbabwe

The Three Year Macro-Economic Policy and Budget Framework addresses the challenges and unfinished agenda of Short Term Emergency Recovery Programme (STERP) and other sector specific salient issues key for economic growth and development.

Zimbabwe Economy

Climate Smart Agriculture Investment Plan

Ministry of Agriculture, Zimbabwe

This Plan aligns to the goals and objectives of the National Agricultural Policy Framework (NAPF) (GoZ 2018b), Vision 2030 (GoZ 2018c) and the Transitional Stabilization Programme (TSP) (GoZ 2018d). It takes account of the ongoing...

Zimbabwe Agriculture and Rural Development

Zimbabwe's National Climate Change Response Strategy

Ministry of Agriculture, Zimbabwe

The goal of this Response Strategy is to mainstream climate change adaptation and mitigation strategies in economic and social development at national and sectoral levels through multi-stakeholder engagement.

Zimbabwe Agriculture and Rural Development

Food Deficit Mitigation Strategy Operational Manual

Ministry of Agriculture, Zimbabwe

In response to the food insecurity of the 2009/2010 agricultural season, the Government in partnership with Donors and Humanitarian partners developed a Food Deficit Mitigation Strategy (FDMS).

Zimbabwe Agriculture and Rural Development