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Environmental Management Agency [EMA]
The Environmental Management Agency is a statutory body responsible for ensuring the sustainable management of natural resources and protection of the environment, the prevention of pollution and environmental degradation, the preparation of Environmental Plans for the management and protection of the environment. It was established under the Environmental Management Act [Chapter 20:27] and enacted in 2002.
FBC Holdings Limited
FBC Holdings Limited (FBCH) is an Investment holding company listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange(link is external) and whose principal activities are in Zimbabwe. The Group offers diverse financial services through subsidiaries that span commercial banking, mortgage financing, short-term insurance, re-insurance, securities trading and micro financing. In all, FBC Holdings Group comprises FBC Bank Limited, FBC Building Society, FBC Reinsurance, FBC Securities (Private) Limited, MicroPlan Financial Services (Private) Limited and an insurance company.
Ministry of Mines and Mining Development
The Ministry of Mines and Mining Development is responsible for the administration of the Mines and Minerals Act (Chapter 21:05) of Zimbabwe. We formulate, monitor and evaluate implementation of mining development policies which are geared to effectively account for the country’s mineral resources for the benefit of every Zimbabwean.
National Building Society
National Building SocietyLimited (“NBS”) is a Registered Building Society under the Building Society Act chapter 24:20. The Society was set up with the sole mandate of contributing to the National Housing stock and in support of the Zimbabwean Government Zim-Asset and Financial Inclusion programmes. NBS is the brain child of the Zimbabwean National Social Security Authority (NSSA) and a result of an investment through the National Pensions Scheme (NPS) fund and the Workers Compensation Insurance Fund.…
Leaders in Legal Publishing Optima became a key player in the publishing of Zimbabwean Legislation in 1995 when we initiated the 1996 Revised Edition of the Statute Laws of Zimbabwe: which remains the current source of Acts, as updated by the Principal and Amending Acts promulgated thereafter.
Following the 2000 Berne Convention placing Legislation and Judicial decisions into the public domain, Optima offers a regional and international information service which is proving a reliable, affordable and, with the Internet, a more accessible service to our Subscribers and browsers.…
RioZim is incorporated in Zimbabwe and is listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange.
The group is divided into five distinct business units; RioGold, RioBase Metals, RioChrome, RioDiamonds and RioEnergy. RioZim currently operates the Renco Gold mine in the south east of Zimbabwe, the Cam & Motor gold mine in Kadoma, the Marnatha ferrochrome refinery in Kadoma and the Empress Nickel Refinery near the city of Kadoma in Central Zimbabwe.…
Standard Chartered Bank
Standard Chartered Bank has operated for over 150 years and aims to be the world’s best international Bank. We are one of the world’s most international banks with over 1700 branches in 70 markets across the globe. We are the oldest financial institution in Zimbabwe having been established in 1892. Standard Chartered Bank Zimbabwe is a registered commercial bank and a member of the Deposit Protection Corporation.
University of Zimbabwe
The University offers 84 accredited undergraduates programmes and 71 specialised post graduate degree in Agriculture, Arts, Commerce, Education, Engineering, Law, Health Sciences, Science, Social Sciences and Veterinary Studies. In today’s world of rapid information and technological advancement, the University has become an ICT-driven institution whose students and staff enjoy fast and reliable wireless internet connectivity which accesses them to the latest e-library resources from virtually any point on campus and their mobile phones.…
Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission
What is the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission?
The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) is an independent commission created to combat corruption and crime. It is established in terms of Chapter 13, Part 1 of the Constitution of Zimbabwe
When and how was it established?
The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission was established on the 8th of September 2005 when His Excellency, the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe swore in the first commissioners.…
Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (Pvt) Ltd
Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company is a Private Limited Company wholly owned by Defold Mine (Pvt) Ltd which has 100% shareholding. The Company has mining operations in Manicaland in Mutare’ s Chiadzwa area and in Chimanimani.
The Company is conducting exploration and resource evaluation programs across Zimbabwe and expects to open new mines in other parts of the country soon.…
Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission [ZHRC]
The Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) is a national human rights institution which was established under section 242 of the Constitution of Zimbabwe. It is an independent Commission whose main mandate is to protect, promote and enforce human rights.
The Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) was created by the Global Political Agreement (GPA) which was signed by the three major political actors (ZANU PF and two MDC formations) in this country in 2008 and was given effect by Constitution Amendment 19 and specifically section 100R of the former Constitution.…
Zimbabwe Mining Development Corporation [ZMDC]
Zimbabwe Mining Development Corporation (ZMDC) was established by an Act of Parliament No. 31 of 1982.
Zimbabwe Mining Development (ZMDC)
The Zimbabwe Mining Development Corporation (ZMDC) has gone into Joint Venture partnerships with a number of partners as part of the partial privatisation of seventeen (17) of its subsidiaries as enshrined in the National Development Strategy One (NDS1).…
Zimbabwe Republic Police
The Zimbabwe Republic Police is established by Section 219 (1) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe which provides that:-
There is a Police Service which is responsible for –
-Detecting, investigating and preventing crime;
-Preserving the internal security of Zimbabwe;
-Protecting and securing the lives and property of the people;
-Maintaining law and order; and
-Upholding this Constitution and enforcing the law without fear or favour