Stands available in Harare, Ruwa and Kariba
Faced with the continued uncertainty brought about by the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the IDBZ, as highlighted in prior communications, remains committed to delivering timeous and quality service.
Notice to Our Clients and All Stakeholders: Changes in Response to COVID-19
In the face of real threat of COVID-19 virus which is already affecting many across the world aand some of our neighbouring countries, Management has made a decision to escalate prevention measures.
The Infrastructure Development Bank of Zimbabwe (the IDBZ), is currently addressing issues raised by City of Harare pertaining to the New Marimba Park Phase II Housing Project.
Asia is a large and geographically diverse continent, with many landlocked countries. Connectivity infrastructure is therefore crucial for trade and economic growth.
We wish to advise our valued customers that the Infrastructure Development Bank is not yet selling stands for Clipsham Views Housing Project, Phase 2.
Reference is made to the Monetary Policy Statement announced by the Reserve Bank Govenor on 01 October 2018, which presented measures aimed at strengthening the multicurrency system
The Infrastructure Development Bank of Zimbabwe (“IDBZ” or “Bank”) is pleased to announce that its Board of Directors has approved a US$5 million increase in funding for the Project Preparation and Development Fund (“PPDF facility”).
Information sharing is essential for effective and sustainable development.