Skip to content
Tag: Patrick Chinamasa
Old Mutual Zim issues vague statement addressing delisting allegations
Minister of Finance Patrick Chinamasa Speaks on Bitcoin, Calls It Utopian.
Is The Government Planning To Lower Taxes Or Is Chinamasa Lying?
Govt Says There Are No Plans To Phase Out Bond Notes Or To Scrap Multi-Currency System
RBZ Govenor Mangudya Says There Is No Liquidity Crisis, We Have Enough Money In RTGS System. Haaya…
USA Tells Zimbabwe To Drop USD And Use Its Own Currency
Finally Chinamasa Speaks Truth On Causes of Cash Crisis And the Parallel Exchange Rate
Tendai Biti is Wrong; Chinamasa’s Budget Is Much More Than Lipstick
Zimbabwe 2018 National Budget Statement (PDF Download)
Cabinet dissolved: Out with the Old, In with the New (we hope)…
Former ICT Minister says Ministry of Cyber Security uncalled for
President Mugabe speaks on new social media monitoring ministry
WhatsApp is savings lives in Argentina, could the same be done in Zimbabwe?
The Government confirms Cyber Security Ministry is focused on social media
Video: Chinamasa is now handling Cyber Security. But is he the right guy?
The Cyber Security minister Chinamasa has five Facebook accounts, all not his
What is the role of Cyber Security Minister Chinamasa?
We Have a New Minister of Cyber Security in Zimbabwe: Big Brother is watching…
‘I’m not aware of ghost workers,’ says Finance minister Chinamasa
“The economy is all about trust and confidence.” Is that not too much to ask Hon Chinamasa?
Is Zimbabwe finacially beyond repair? Ruvheneko and Hon. Chinamasa talk about that
Zim exports to Iran fall by 99.98%, 126 drums of bond coins to the tune of $3 Million, Study 263 allowing you to send money to South Africa as bitcoin, Ethiopian Airways accepting EcoCash and Telecash as payment
When confronted about the rampant ‘illegal’ cash sales in Zimbabwe, this is what the minister had to say…
Zimbabwe’s formal remittances for 2016 decline by 17% to US$780 million – Blame a weak Rand & informal routes
Another burden for Zimbabwean telecoms as Government proposes a 5% health fund levy on all airtime and broadband
Here are three examples of how the Government’s reversal of Chinamasa’s policy will affect technology