GOZ

(redirected from Government of Zimbabwe)
AcronymDefinition
GOZGovernment of Zimbabwe
GOZGovernment of Zanzibar
GOZGirlz of Zaetar (band)
GOZGoal-Oriented Zoning (software)
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Results-based budgeting forms part of broader effort by the Government of Zimbabwe to introduce results-based management across the public services and to improve public financial management in general.
During the period between 2000 and 2008, the United States took a leading role in condemning the Zimbabwean Government's increasing assault on human rights and the rule of law, and joined much of the world community in calling for the Government of Zimbabwe to embrace a peaceful democratic evolution.
The European Union (EU), the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) and the government of Zimbabwe will assist poor smallholder farmers to boost production, productivity and engage in commercial agriculture through integrated farming approaches.
Sharma was also briefed about the current status of USD 750 million iron ore deal between Essar and the Government of Zimbabwe.
Telecel Zimbabwe, a subsidiary of Orascom Telecom Holding, has reached an agreement with the government of Zimbabwe to renew its 2G/3G licence for 20 years, for a renewal fee of $137.5 million.
Financial crime may also be magnified by efforts by the Government of Zimbabwe (GOZ) to sell diamonds through sanctions-skirting approaches including high-value cash transactions and obfuscating actual entities involved in electronic financial transactions.
"Impala Platinum Holdings Limited ("Implats") is pleased to announce that its 87% held subsidiary, Zimplats Holdings Limited (Zimplats Holdings"), has concluded a non-binding term sheet in respect of proposed indigenisation implementation plans ("IIP") with the Government of Zimbabwe (as represented by the Ministry of Youth Development, Indigenisation and Empowerment)," the company announced in a statement.
We therefore urge the Government of Zimbabwe to complete its Dry Port infrastructure within the Port of Walvis Bay in order for more importers and exporters to develop Walvis Bay as its preferred trade route for southern Africa."
"The government of Zimbabwe also needs to quickly implement this to enable the loan facility to be drawn down," said Matambo.
Platinum group metals mining company Impala Platinum Holdings Ltd (Implats) (JSE:IMP) (LSE:IPLA) said today that it has reached an agreement with the Government of Zimbabwe on its indigenisation plan.
"The foreign minister of Zimbabwe is entitled to his opinion, but the government of Zimbabwe is still bound by its commitments to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and relevant U.N.
On May 18, 2005, the government of Zimbabwe began demolishing informal settlements across the country in an operation known as Murambatsvina.
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