The IDBZ Board, Management and staff joins the rest of the World in celebrating the International Day of the Girl Child (IDGC)
The Bulawayo Students Accomodation Complex (BSAC) is a Joint Venture between the IDBZ and private sector investors, namely Old Mutual, Motor Industry Pension Fund and Zimnat, who have joined hands with the Bank to finance the project. The project is due for completion in February 2022.
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.
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.
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.
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.