“Govcoins” – Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs) and the potential impact on Central Banks and Domestic Banks.
In recent times, cryptocurrencies are now challenging the monopoly of a Government by providing a currency that is not regulated by any central bank. By their very nature, cryptocurrencies by operation circumvent the control of a central bank. People advocating for digital currencies rely on the fact in principle, Governments may abuse the monopoly they […]
The Zimbabwe Investment Development Agency Act [Chapter 14:37] (hereinafter Z.I.D.A Act) became law on 7 February 2020. It heralds a new legal regime whose intention is to restore investor confidence in Zimbabwe. The Z.I.D.A Act repealed the Zimbabwe Investment Authority Act [Chapter 14:30] (Z.I.A), Special Economic Zones Act [Chapter 14:34] and Joint Ventures Act [Chapter […]
On 24 June 2019, after a 10 year hiatus, the Zimbabwean dollar was reintroduced as sole legal tender in Zimbabwe.
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On the 31st of October 2016 the President of Zimbabwe passed the Presidential Powers (Temporary Measures) Amendment of Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Act and Issue of Bond Notes) Regulations, Statutory Instrument 133 of 2016 (SI 133 of 2016). The purpose of the legislation was to provide a legal framework for the introduction of the much […]
Syndicated loans are increasingly becoming a prominent feature in today’s loan market landscape due to their numerous advantages to both the banks and the corporates.
Founding partner, Tatenda Mawere is a ranked lawyer in Chambers Global 2016. He has been recognized as a leader lawyer in Zimbabwe under the General Business Law category.