The Transitional Stabilisation Programme (TSP) launched on 5 October 2018, marked the commencement of a development journey towards the attainment of the country’s vision 2030, is coming to an end in December 2020.
The Programme focused on among other things, stabilising the macro-economy, laying a foundation for sustainable and shared private-sector-led growth.
To date, the Programme has achieved notable milestones on fiscal consolidation, monetary policy restoration, liberalisation of the foreign exchange market, structural and governance reforms, re-engagement, investment promotion and support for the productive sectors.
Pursuant to this and in line with Vision 2030, the end of the TSP marks the beginning of the first 5-Year National Development Strategy (NDS1)- (2021-2025); and the second 5-Year National Development Strategy (NDS2)- (2026-2030).
Government of Zimbabwe, therefore, wishes to inform citizens, private sector, non-governmental organisations and cooperating partners, among other stakeholders that the preparations for the development of the first 5-Year National Development Strategy have officially started. The strategy is expected to be launched in September 2020, coinciding with the preparations for the 2021 National Budget.
The Ministry of Finance and Economic Development will in due course undertake outreach programmes targeting all stakeholders in order to gather views, as part of the wider stakeholders consultations. Meanwhile, stakeholders with contributions can address them to the Secretary of Finance and Economic Development, Mgandane Dlodlo Building, Corner Samora Machel and Simon Muzenda Street, P. Bag 7705, Causeway, Harare or through email on NDS1@zimtreasury.gov.zw
MINISTRY OF FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
20 February 2020
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