Public procurement for private sector organisations

As public funds are being utilised, the scrutiny for cost-effectiveness and value for money is heightened, with emphasis on transparency and competition.
By Kudzai Chambisha May. 24, 2024

Heads to roll at Harare council

In January last year, the Local Government ministry expressed concern over the municipality’s perennial failure to fix its billing system.
By Kenneth Nyangani Mar. 14, 2024

Praz hails e-government procurement system

The Office of the President and Cabinet is also said to be taking action to ensure that all State entities fully submit their procurement plans and upload them on the system.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Mar. 4, 2024

Buy Zimbabwe wants Praz to prioritise local goods

Buy Zimbabwe chief executive officer Munyaradzi Hwengwere said they had been focusing on several aspects in prioritising locally-manufactured goods.
By Belinda Chiroodza Dec. 5, 2023

ZACC pounces on Kariba council boss

Matingwina appeared before Chinhoyi regional magistrate Shepherd Munjanja this afternoon and was granted US$400 bail.
By Desmond Chingarande Nov. 20, 2023

The transparency question in the Mutapa Investment Fund

The Public Procurement Act administers the entire buying cycle, including strategy, market methods, tender review and award, contract administration, and asset disposal.
By Tracy Mutowekuziva Oct. 27, 2023

Praz invests US$2m on programmes seeking to fight graft

Ruswa said they were anticipating the project to be launched in October this year, adding that they will start using the new platform for electronic government procurement in the 2024 financial year.
By Freeman Makopa Aug. 13, 2023

Praz honoured with quality management certificate

Government is instituting several reforms to the public procurement processes to plug leakages and ensure contracts are awarded on merit.
By Belinda Chiroodza Aug. 9, 2023

Beware of those who loot in the ‘national interest’

While Mnangagwa has distanced himself from the offending notice at the time of writing, nothing has been done to repeal it. So, it remains law.
By Trevor Ncube May. 18, 2023