The IDBZ Board, Management and staff joins the rest of the World in celebrating the International Day of the Girl Child (IDGC)
As part of efforts to deliver sustainable and impactful infrastructure solutions, the IDBZ continues on the trajectory of retooling and transformation into a Development Finance Institution (DFI) of scale.
Due to recently announced COVID-19 measures resulting in a two-week Level 4 National Lockdown effective Tuesday 29 June 2021 ,the Bank has revised branch operating hours from 8am to 2.30pm effective 02July 2021.
CONSTRUCTION of the US$14.8 million upmarket accommodation facility to house more than 1 000 students in Bulawayo by the Infrastructure Development Bank of Zimbabwe (IDBZ) has gathered pace with 69 percent complete and is expected to be completed by November 2021.
It has come to the attention of the IDBZ that there are individuals and firms purporting to sell residential stands on behalf of the bank.
The Infrastructure Development Bank Of Zimbabwe joined the world in celebrating goodwill and faith in humanity through dance.
The City of Harare has granted Parallel Development Permission to the Infrastructure Development Bank of Zimbabwe for Phase 2 of the New Marimba Housing Development.
In pursuant of the Bank`s endeavour to deepen gender mainstreaming and integration across its operations and on all Bank-supported projects, two training workshops were conducted for staff in July 2020 with financial support from Hivos.
Stands available in Harare, Ruwa and Kariba